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How can farmers help UK wildlife?

13 August 2013 Last updated at 07:44 BST

Many native animal and plants in the UK are struggling because of changes to their habitat, according to a recent survey that suggested 60% of the species examined had declined since the 1970s.

Intensive farming, the loss of meadows, and growing use of pesticides, were all found to be part of the problem.

Jenny Hill has been to North Yorkshire to find out what farmers are doing to try and reverse the trend.

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