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15 March 2018 | Housing and Equipment,Property News

Lockerbie based construction and manufacturing specialists Robinsons, have launched a new Architectural division as the family run business continues ...

Robinsons launch a new architectural division amid plans for further expansion

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7 September 2017 | Agri Safety,Housing and Equipment,Machinery and Equipment,News

A County Down motorist involved in a fatal road collision which killed an elderly farmer has been banned from driving for three years. William Mark...

Lorry driver banned for three years for causing farmer's death in crash

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8 August 2017 | Agri Safety,Animal Health,Housing and Equipment,News

With UK temperatures on the rise, farmers are being urged to check the temperature of their broiler and dairy sheds to avoid a loss of production. ...

Farmers urged to check shed temperatures amid weather extremes

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Rural organisations have sent a joint letter to Housing and Planning Minister Alok Sharma calling for new farm buildings to be exempted from a revised...

Calls for farm buildings to be exempted from development tax

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18 July 2017 | Housing and Equipment,Husbandry,News,Poultry

What would you do if you promised to keep your neighbours chicken safe and she vanished? Well that is just the dilemma that an Electric Fencing Direct...

Dare-devil hen wonders across 10 acres of fields due to faulty fence

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17 July 2017 | Housing and Equipment,News,Property News

Demand for housing and infrastructure is set to soar in the coming years leading to a likely tripling in compulsory purchase actions in the countrysid...

Compulsory purchase action in countryside set to triple, warns group

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14 July 2017 | Agri Safety,Housing and Equipment,News

Ten fire engines from numerous counties have fought a huge farm blaze in Surrey. The fire happened at a Rydings Farm in Long Reach, Ockham. It h...

Ten fire engines battle huge farm blaze in Surrey

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13 July 2017 | Housing and Equipment,News,Shows and Events

Countryfile Presenter Adam Henson has opened the doors of five new agri-tech workspaces. On Friday 30th June, more than 100 visitors gathered to ce...

Redundant to Refined: Countryfile Presenter opens doors of new agritech workspaces

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12 July 2017 | Agri Safety,Housing and Equipment,News

A teenager who was turned into the police by his own mother after starting a huge fire at a farm has caused £400,000 worth of damage. The 16-year-o...

Arsonist turned into police by his own mother causes £400k of farm damage

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27 June 2017 | Agri Safety,Housing and Equipment,News,Poultry

A huge farm fire has hit a Chester turkey coop in the early hours of Tuesday morning (27 June). Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service tackled the blaze ...

Cheshire firefighters tackle huge turkey farm blaze thought to be arson

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Farmfit are a new and innovative company launching their range of agricultural building internals at this year’s Royal Highland Show. Farmfit are s...

Farmfit - the perfect fit for your farm

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For a popular long-established farm business near Reading, JP Concrete has created Phase One of an all-encompassing storage and safety solution to ens...

AD plant secured with JP Concrete’s safe storage solution

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A plan to allow winter gardens to be used to overcome the 12-week rule in the event of another bird flu crisis has been submitted to the European Parl...

Industry body submits proposal for Europe to protect free range egg status

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The energy regulator, Ofgem, has confirmed that Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plants run on poultry litter will receive the highest possible tariff un...

Government confirms eligibility of poultry litter for highest renewable tariff

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1 May 2017 | Agri Safety,Housing and Equipment,News

Around 40 firefighters from across the North-east of Scotland have tackled a blaze in farm buildings in Aberdeenshire. The Scottish Fire and Rescue...

40 firefighters tackle farm blaze in Aberdeenshire

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11 April 2017 | Housing and Equipment,News,Property News

Scottish farmers have expressed the need for permitted development rights to be extended to larger farm sheds to reflect the needs of modern agricultu...

Union urges Government to make planning system fit for modern agriculture

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30 March 2017 | Housing and Equipment,News,Poultry

A farming family behind the plan to build 155,000-capacity poultry units in Gloucestershire has said their business could die if their permission is n...

Family farm pleads for 155,000 poultry unit in Gloucestershire village to be granted amid opposition

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8 March 2017 | Animal Health,Housing and Equipment,News,Poultry

Big Dutchman distributor Newquip says there has been increased interest in the company's barn systems since announcements by most big UK retailers tha...

Retailers ditching caged egg increases interest in barn systems

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8 March 2017 | Animal Health,Finance,Housing and Equipment,News

Farming Minister George Eustice has confirmed the Government is considering providing grants to farmers so they can invest in farm infrastructure. ...

Government confirms consideration in providing grants to help farmers improve animal health and welfare

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Farming neighbours Dave White and Daniel Brown will soon find themselves on opposite sides of a new free range divide following the Government's decis...

Farming neighbours find themselves on opposite sides of Government's new free range divide

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17 December 2016 | Housing and Equipment,News,Poultry

Egg industry leaders have welcomed a decision to implement a housing order to protect the country from highly pathogenic avian influenza. The Gover...

Egg industry leaders welcome decision to implement poultry housing order, but could 'prove problematic'

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17 October 2016 | Housing and Equipment,News,Poultry

A hen charity has been given the green light to build a new re-homing centre which will transform its work. The British Hen Welfare Trust was given...

Charity re-homing and education centre gets go ahead

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3 October 2016 | Housing and Equipment,Husbandry,News

The Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) is alerting animal transporters that the renewal process for Type 1 Transporter Authorisations has changed f...

New renewal process for Type 1 Animal Transporter Authorisations

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12 September 2016 | Animal Health,Education,Housing and Equipment,News,Poultry

McDonald’s has unveiled the results of the second phase of its project examining the impact and causes of smothering in free range laying hens. The...

McDonald’s research sheds light on impact and causes of smothering in hens

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4 August 2016 | Housing and Equipment,News

Whites Concrete has supplied a pre-cast concrete effluent tank for a farmer-owned dairy company in South Wales that supplies the national milk, retail...

Land of milk and savings with new pre-cast Whites Concrete effluent tank

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