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UCAS announces growth in popularity of agriculture and farming classes

By Ellis Stephenson

A university admissions authority has announced courses in agriculture are becoming more popular.

A study by UCAS has shown there is a possibility Kent could soon be seeing more skilled workers in farming.

KMTV's Cameron Tucker has been finding out more about the industry.

 WATCH: Are agriculture classes becoming more popular?

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