Archive for October, 2011

EIGHTEEN farmers charged with employing labour from an unlicensed gangmaster have had their case adjourned until next year.

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Gangmaster trial adjourned until March

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Arable and mixed farms recorded a large rise in farm incomes during 2010/11, but beef, sheep, pig and horticulture producers saw incomes fall as costs rocketed, DEFRA figures have shown.

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Incomes survey highlights corn versus horn gap

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FARMING Minister Jim Paice has indicated it is very unlikely that the next Common Agricultural Policy will be in place by 2014 as intended.

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CAP reforms unlikely to be in place by 2014 – Paice

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Certified seed sales for hybrid oilseed rape varieties have for the first time exceeded sales of conventionals, according to new estimates.

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Hybrids account for more than half of OSR market

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Plans to slash the support for solar electricity technology have been announced by the government today (31 October)

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Solar industry faces dramatic cuts to support

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Direct subsidies to farmers should be scrapped in favour of increasing investment in agricultural research and development, according to a leading farm economist

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Scrap CAP to boost farm research, says Rickard

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FARMING Minister Jim Paice said he would be sorry to see the Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group (FWAG) ‘go down’ if rumours of its imminent demise turned out to be true.

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Fears grow over future of FWAG

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