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A farmer in the cull zone says his herd tested TB-free for the first time in 10 years after 92 badgers were removed from his farm during last year’s culling campaign.
Defra has paid out less than £200,000 of a £10m government funding pot earmarked for farmers affected by last winter’s flooding, Farmers Weekly can reveal.
Challenging times lie ahead on contracted farms as final changes are made to cropping plans following Defra’s latest details on CAP reform implementation.
Strutt & Parker is recommending a 2.3% pay rise for farm staff. The National Minimum Wage (NMW) will increase by 3% to £6.50/hour from 1 October 2014
Badgers will be fitted with GPS collars and have their movements analysed as part of a five-year investigation into the causes of bovine TB.