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Agriculture news round-up: Most popular stories this week - November 29

A round-up of the most popular stories on the Farmers Guardian website this week - including in-depth features.

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Agriculture news round-up: Most popular stories this week - November 29

Hard Brexit could have a more ‘catastrophic’ impact than the Russian import ban for the EU and UK meat industries, according to a new report published by Europe’s meat industry body, UECBV.

 

The ‘Crisis - The EU Meat Industry in a Hard Brexit Scenario’ report, carried out by Red Flag Consulting, warned the EU and UK would find it harder to find alternative markets for their products than after the Russian ban.

 

The industry would face higher World Trade Organisation tariffs than any other sector, as well as additional costs of veterinary and customs checks and major disruption to the entire supply chain.

 

In other news, farmers will have access to glyphosate following EU member states’ vote to renew the herbicide’s licence for five years.


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