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22 May 2017 | Agri Safety,News,Property News,Rural Life

North Yorkshire Police and local Rural Watch volunteers took part in a multi-force operation in a bid to tackle travelling criminals operating between...

North Yorkshire police in overnight 'crackdown' on rural criminals

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20 May 2017 | Finance,Government,News,Property News

A dairy farm in Wales is the latest to be sold off by Flintshire County Council as it sells off its property estate to raise £15m. This follows the...

Flintshire council farm sell-off continues with 72 acre dairy unit

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19 May 2017 | Crops and Cereals,News,Property News

A new 'state-of-the-art' sugar beet processing plant in North Yorkshire is one step closer to being built, as early planning documents have been submi...

Plans to build massive 'state-of-the-art' sugar beet plant in North Yorkshire

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19 May 2017 | Market Reports,News,Organic,Property News

Latest government figures on UK organic food production shows that organic farmland declined slightly, but more farms are converting to organic. De...

Decline in organic farmland, but land-conversion rate increases

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18 May 2017 | Government,News,Produce,Property News

The president of a French farming union has called for a 'hard border' between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland after Brexit to prevent fo...

'Not helpful': Irish criticise French farm leader's call for hard border post-Brexit

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16 May 2017 | News,Property News,Rural Life

Tenders are being invited from farmers interested in a once-in-a-generation opportunity to become a tenant farmer on the spectacular East Devon Jurass...

Rare opportunity to bid for 264-acre Jurassic Coast farm tenancy

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16 May 2017 | News,Property News

Farmland values across the UK recorded a slight decrease in the first quarter of 2017, according to property consultants Carter Jonas. Average arab...

Farmland values dip as rural activity plateaus in first quarter

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A Cornish farmer has a plan to release two beavers in an attempt to tackle flooding and improve water quality. Farmer Chris Jones, whose land lies ...

Cornish farmer to release beavers in attempt to tackle flooding

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Farmers are joining forces with the University of East Anglia (UEA) to combat poor water quality in the region. Farmers will be using adapted land ...

Farmers and University battle declining water quality in River Wensum

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13 May 2017 | Agri Safety,Finance,News,Property News,Rural Life

A Lincolnshire farmer is facing a bill of £250,000 after he was conned into housing tonnes of waste on his land. Four sites across Lincolnshire hav...

Farmer faces £250,000 clean up bill after dump waste scam

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12 May 2017 | News,Property News

Rural landlords have called on the Government to urgently provide clarity on its plans to review minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES) set to be ...

Rural landlords call for urgent review of energy efficiency standards

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12 May 2017 | News,Property News,Rural Life

A report on Wales’ future landscapes has been published, urging Welsh Government to help landowners and farmers on issues of biodiversity, access and ...

Welsh Government urged to help farmers protect natural landscapes

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12 May 2017 | News,Property News,Rural Life

The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) has said councils are failing to apply planning guidance that is designed to protect the British countrys...

Councils failing to protect countryside, campaigners say

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9 May 2017 | News,Property News

A West Midlands livestock and arable farm with 203 acres of land is new on the property market with a guide price of £2.55m. Available as a whole o...

West Midlands livestock and arable farm on offer at £2.55 million

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8 May 2017 | Government,News,Property News,Rural Life

Local and national organisations are campaigning to stop the Ministry of Defence from deregistering a vast area of land in Cumbria. The commons are...

Cumbrian commons face enclosure threat from MoD

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8 May 2017 | Finance,Government,News,Property News

Farmland prices may drop after Britain leaves the European Union as agricultural subsidies 'diminish' causing many farmers to leave the industry. A...

Farmland prices could drop after Brexit as subsidy payments fall

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8 May 2017 | News,Property News,Rural Life

For the first time in 47 years, the public can now claim ‘lost’ commons in Wales. The Welsh Government has brought into force legislation which ens...

Government gives public new chance to rescue 'lost' commons in Wales

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5 May 2017 | Agri Safety,News,Property News,Sheep

More than 50 sheep and lambs were killed in an accidental fire at Scottish farm. Dozens of orphan lambs in pens and 13 ewes died in the fire, while...

Fifty sheep killed in accidental fire blaze

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5 May 2017 | News,Property News

A retiring Scottish farm family has put their land up for sale in the Highlands with a price tag of just under £8.5million making it one of the larges...

Retiring Scottish farm family put 'most expensive Scottish farm in a decade' up for sale

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4 May 2017 | Cattle,Dairy,Finance,News,Property News

A Tomlinson's Dairies plan in Wrexham, Wales is to create 70 new jobs following a £22m investment drive. The dairy plant said they were expanding t...

Tomlinson's Dairies gets £22m investment to create 70 new jobs

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3 May 2017 | Finance,Government,News,Property News

A Green MEP has called on the next government to follow the lead taken by the European Parliament and clamp down on "landgrabbing" for financial inves...

MEP calls on next Government to clamp down on 'landgrabbing'

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28 April 2017 | Finance,News,Property News,Rural Life

The average cost of renting agricultural land has risen four per cent since last year, new figures show. The Chief Statistician in the Scottish Gov...

Scottish farm rents rise four per cent since last year

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27 April 2017 | Grassland,News,Property News,Rural Life

The Government has agreed to apply environmental impact assessment (EIA) to common land, bringing government policy into line with EU law. New regu...

Government to give common land extra protection

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26 April 2017 | News,Produce,Property News

BTF Partnership is offering for sale as a whole or in three lots Swanton Fruit Farm nr Sittingbourne, Kent, a 364 acre well established apple and ston...

'Well estbalished' 364 acre fruit farm for sale in Kent

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26 April 2017 | News,Property News,Sheep

Police are warning dog owners in Aberdeenshire to keep their animals under control after two sheep were killed. Officers were called to the Bridge ...

Pet owners warned after dog shot dead in Aberdeenshire sheep attack

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