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William Conlon
William Conlon

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Technologies are continually advancing when it comes to the dairy industry to try and reduce the labour required on farms. William Conlon reports.
By William Conlon on 24 May 2018
Emma Harper MSP is launching a Members Bill in Holyrood aimed at tackling sheep worrying.
By William Conlon on 17 May 2018
Thomas Hubert and Phelim O’Neill report from the Chinese trade mission and see that China is surpassing the western world when it comes to online retailing.
By William Conlon on 17 May 2018
The latest figures show that beef calf registrations are down, while dairy calf registrations are up for the first quarter of the year.
By William Conlon on 17 May 2018
An aging farming population is a challenge to farming right across Europe and new models need to be examined to encourage young farmers into the sector.
By William Conlon on 17 May 2018
'A promise was made and has to be delivered. Scottish farmers are owed £160m, which the UK Government has completely ignored' – Ewing
By William Conlon on 17 May 2018
The highlands and islands are coming under increased pressure due to land abandonment.
By William Conlon on 17 May 2018
When it comes to management of leather jackets, farmers are very limited with their options this year.
By William Conlon on 17 May 2018
Some farmers around the country are beginning to cut pastures for silage, while for others crops are two weeks off the pace. William Conlon writes.
By William Conlon on 17 May 2018
More intense rainfall events my have to change the way that we manage nutrients. William Conlon writes.
By William Conlon on 17 May 2018
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