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Carcase diagnostic rate of 80% an 'excellent benchmark' says head of veterinary consulting services
By Sarah Anderson on 17 August 2017
Editor John Sleigh chats to buyers and sellers at the Lairg sheep sale on Tuesday.
By John Sleigh on 17 August 2017
Following the news that TB has been found in badgers in Cumbria, the disease has now been confirmed in a herd on the island of Skye.
By Odile Evans on 17 August 2017
Member States studied UK Grocery Code Adjudicator as option for EU model
By Phelim O'Neill on 17 August 2017
The benchmark dairy index posted its second decline for the month of August.
By Lorcan Allen on 17 August 2017
Scotland Editor John Sleigh looks at this week's lead issues in Scottish farming
By John Sleigh on 17 August 2017
Other than for road safety reasons, hedgecutting is not permitted between 1 March and 31 August.
By Odile Evans on 17 August 2017
For those with mid-season flocks now is the time to take in the tups on farm and make sure they are fit for purpose come mating time, writes Declan Marren.
By Declan Marren on 17 August 2017
The NFU mutual rural crime report has revealed that rural crime cost Scotland £1.6m last year alone with tools, quads and garden equipment at the top of the hit list.
By Odile Evans on 17 August 2017
With contract farming becoming more popular, we talk to two farmers familiar with the process.
By John Sleigh on 17 August 2017
Kill Agricultural Services LtdMain Case IH dealers for Co Waterford and Sout...
Kill Agricultural Services LtdMain Case IH dealers for Co Waterford and Sout...
Kill Agricultural Services LtdMain Case IH dealers for Co Waterford and Sout...
Cab suspension Tyres 70%Very clean inside and out Weights 3 s...
Quicke loader Mint condition inside and out Wide tyres VAT Inclusiv...

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