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FGInsight 60 second news: September 15, 2016

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Farming leaders have hit back at a new report which blames ‘policy driven’ agriculture for the decrease of wildlife in the UK. Monsanto has accepted a $66m (£50bn) takeover bid from Bayer and a Gloucester calf has been named ‘Sinky’ after being stuck in sink hole for nine days.

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