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The Government plans to install mandatory CCTV in all slaughterhouses in England, with the veterinary industry calling it a ‘huge win’ for animal heal...

Mandatory CCTV in all slaughterhouses announced by Government

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9 August 2017 | Cattle,Meat,News

A new export deal worth £34 million will soon see UK beef on dinner plates and restaurant menus across the Philippines, Food Minister George Eustice h...

New export market worth £34m opens for UK beef

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7 August 2017 | Agri Safety and Rural Crime,Animal Health,Cattle,News

A farmer has taken to social media to express their anger and emotion after a four-month-old calf was shot twice with a shotgun by thugs. The young...

Four-month-old calf dies after thugs shoot it with shotgun

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7 August 2017 | Cattle,Education,News,Shows and Events

As with many other industries and lines of work, the cattle breeding industry is faced with an ever-changing landscape. Breeders must be equipped t...

'Ever-changing langscape': Aberdeen Angus society urges young farmers to join

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2 August 2017 | Agri Safety and Rural Crime,Cattle,News

A North Yorkshire farmer in his 60s has been trampled to death by a bull in a field. Police were called to a field south of Hutton Rudby, near Stok...

Farmer in his 60s dies after being trampled by bull

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31 July 2017 | Cattle,Dairy,Finance,News

Belfast-based dairy giant Dale Farm has seen its pre-tax profits increase by 16% to almost £8m. The company, which owns brands Dale Farm, Mullins i...

Dairy market recovery sees Dale Farm profits surge to £8m

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28 July 2017 | Animal Health,Cattle,News

The Welsh government is to include a bovine TB herd accreditation in new TB rules, the Cattle Health Certification Standards (CHeCS). CHeCS is a no...

Government looks to integrate cattle health scheme into bovine TB control

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27 July 2017 | Animal Health,Cattle,Meat,News,Produce

Scotland has achieved the lowest risk level status available for Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE), the government has announced today (27 July)....

Scottish beef exports officially BSE risk free from today

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Many farmers never stop to consider why animals behave as they do and, more importantly, what this behaviour could mean to their personal safety. A...

Farm Safety Week: Farmers urged to stay safe with livestock

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25 July 2017 | Appointments,Cattle,News,Shows and Events

Dick Stapleton has been honoured this year’s Holstein UK Lifetime Achievement Award for providing the UK with top Holstein cattle shows with welfare a...

Show organiser presented with lifetime achievement award for service to Holstein breed

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Farm minister George Eustice has outlined new proposals to catch bovine TB early on in herds, including the re-introduction of the Badger Edge Vaccina...

Fears of unanswered questions remain as Eustice announces new proposals for bovine TB

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13 July 2017 | Animal Health,Cattle,Feed and Forage,News

The European Commission has asked the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) to investigate isolated cases of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), o...

Contaminated feed 'likely source' of isolated mad cow disease infections

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13 July 2017 | Cattle,Dairy,Finance,News,Rural Life

Around 33 dairy farmers left the industry in Scotland in the first half of the year, according to figures. Losses from the industry include two her...

33 Scottish dairy farmers leave the industry in first half of 2017, figures show

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Network Rail have compensated a West Highland farmer following a long-running row over liability after a train struck and killed a cow last summer. ...

Highland farmer finally receives compensation from Network Rail after cow strike

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10 July 2017 | Cattle,Government,Meat,News

A government delegation from Japan has been inspecting beef production controls across the UK this week – which could reopen the market on UK exports....

UK eyes Japan in hope of reopening beef exports

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The government has moved to dampen fears in the medicine and veterinary industries by saying they will continue to 'work closely' with the the Europea...

Livestock industry welcomes UK announcement to keep ties with European Medicines Agency

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The UK has made good progress on combating climate change, but agriculture needs a stronger framework for reducing emissions, according to a new repor...

Report states agriculture needs stronger framework in tackling climate change

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North Wales Rural Police have took to Twitter to issue out a plea to find those responsible for a vicious attack on a cow. A cow was discovered wit...

Cow shot in the face by a crossbow - police seeking information

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6 July 2017 | Animal Health,Cattle,News,Pigs,Produce,Sheep

Standards to help producers cut down on antibiotic use among livestock have been detailed on new Red Tractor farm standards ready for October. Ever...

Reducing antibiotics in livestock among Red Tractor standards for October

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6 July 2017 | Cattle,Dairy,Finance,News,Supermarkets

The boss of dairy giant Arla has warned that there could be butter and cream shortages in the UK this Christmas. The wholesale price of cream and b...

UK could see butter and cream shortages this Christmas, warns Arla boss

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Wildlife Trusts have started vaccinating badgers to stop the spread of bovine TB in 'edge areas' to manage the disease without the need for culling. ...

Wildlife Trusts to start vaccinating badgers to stop spread of bovine TB

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5 July 2017 | Cattle,Dairy,News,Shows and Events,Supermarkets

Exports of cheese from Britain have increased in the first three months of the year with worldwide sales up 29% to almost £143 million. Latest figu...

Worldwide sales of British cheeses up 29% as exports rise

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New research has validated claims of traditional healers in Ethiopia that indigenous plants have strong anti-parasitic properties. The Scotland Rur...

UK research validates traditional African healers’ claims over parasite infections

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25 June 2017 | Cattle,Meat,News,Produce

The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has suspended all imports of fresh beef from Brazil because of recurring concerns about the safety of the prod...

EU criticised for not doing enough as US bans Brazil beef imports amid meat scandal

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23 June 2017 | Animal Health,Cattle,News,Pigs

Timetables relating to antibiotic use in farming have been announced by RUMA, a group which promotes responsible use of medicines in farm animals. ...

Antibiotic task force announces timetable to reduce dependency

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