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UK farmers may have to cut livestock count to save rivers, says expert

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theguardian.com

UK farmers may have to reduce the number of animals they keep because of the critical state of some river catchments, a pollution expert from the government’s environment watchdog has said.

Farming is the most significant source of water pollution and ammonia emissions into the atmosphere in the UK, according to government data.

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