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FGInsight 60 second news: June 30, 2016

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Farmers have been tasked to help shape the industry following a Brexit vote. Positivity lies ahead for the dairy market, and finally, the European Commission has stepped in to re-authorise glyphosate for a limited period.

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Glyphosate will continue to be available to UK farmers for at least 18 months #Glyphosate #Arable #farming #60secnews

Defra will be working alongside farming and rural organisations to form a new policy after a Brexit vote #Brexit #60secnews

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