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Research from two UK Universities and the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology appears to draw a link between neonicotinoid use and the decline of farmland butterfly species.

Detailed climate change predictions from political economists in the US paint a bleak picture for the future of agriculture.

Auctioneers have weighed into a clash over movement rules between large processors and farmers groups.

Medical experts have called for ban on preventative use of antibiotics on animals in the wake of World Antibiotics Awareness Week.

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Lambing Survey 2015
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63,000 head of ewes submitted. 2015 national average lambing rates -5.8% down% on year. View the detailed regional analysis - compare your farm
Dec 2014 to Nov 2015 lambing:
trader profit £
Mark Lan..7455983