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FGInsight 60 second news: July 6, 2016

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Farm unions have been meeting to discuss the new British agricultural policy post Brexit. A new campaign in Scotland has helped boost reports of dog attacks. Meanwhile, the arable industry is making history as the largest UK wheat shipment sets sail to Vietnam this month. And tributes continue to pour in for Farmers Guardian reporter Louise Hartley.

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