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11/02/20 Farmers affected by Storm Ciara, hare coursing, cold plasma storage

Farmers around the country have been clearing up after 90 mile an hour winds and torrential rain caused widespread damage to farm buildings and flooded fields.

Farmers around the country have been clearing up after 90 mile an hour winds and torrential rain caused widespread damage to farm buildings and flooded fields. Livestock were also lost in some flash flooding.
We hear about an investigation into hare coursing, the illegal practice of using dogs to chase hares for sport, which followed Cambridgeshire police over six months.
How 'cold plasma' technology is being developed to help store food for longer.

Presented by Anna Hill and produced by Beatrice Fenton.

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