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Farmers work with wildlife in mind

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The way farmers operate has been revolutionised but while all enjoy the benefits of cheaper food all year round, there has been a cost to farmland birds. Numbers of lapwing, turtle dove and tree sparrows have declined dramatically. Correspondent Alex Bushill discovers why that could be about to change.

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