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Zoetis ~ 30th Aug 2016 ~ 12pm
The EU ban on conventional barren cages for laying hens from 2012 has improved many aspects of laying hen welfare. The new housing systems allow for...
Bruce Davis, Norwegian Veterinary Institute et al in Animals ~ 30th Aug 2016 ~ 5am
The AOX Founder Club The AOX is preparing for an invitation only launch in September. We are launching first in a test mode we call ‘Fantasy...
The AOX ~ 26th Aug 2016 ~ 2pm
Issues facing agriculture today are well-documented, perhaps the main conflict being between producing enough food for a growing population and the...
Sarah Watson-Jones, IBERS, Aberystwyth for ATP pasture ~ 26th Aug 2016 ~ 12pm
Not the most riveting of topics, but very important! DEFRA and the Environment Agency have updated their guidance for farmers on how to deal with...
Judy Pearson, Blonde Ag Advisor ~ 26th Aug 2016 ~ 9am
New Rules for Bait Rodenticides: Are You Compliant? What: After 30 September you must be able to demonstrate compliance with the UK Rodenticide...
AHDB ~ 26th Aug 2016 ~ 6am
Organic sources of nitrogen are an important input to agricultural systems in Scotland. When properly used they can improve productivity, save money...
Farming for a Better Climate, SRUC ~ 25th Aug 2016 ~ 11am

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Natural England has granted licenses for cull companies in five new areas, across three new counties. Defra said operations are "already underway...
Tue, 30/08/2016 - 11:30
Defra has announced that badger culling will be extended to 7 new areas in the South-West.
Tue, 30/08/2016 - 10:10
Defra has announced that badger culling will be extended to 7 new areas in the South-West.
Tue, 30/08/2016 - 10:10
First Milk has announced a price rise for suppliers, though executive acknowledge that farmers are still not receiving sustainable prices.
Fri, 26/08/2016 - 15:35

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