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Farmers in Northern Ireland will be paid an advance on their 2016 Basic Payment Scheme claim in October as the government seeks to ease cashflow pressures on the industry. Wet weather over the past couple of weeks has piled further pressure on producers in Northern Ireland, who are already struggling to deal with the effects of low commodity prices. Met Office figures show Northern Ireland had 71% of its average rainfall for the month during the first two weeks of […]
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