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Lizines — French dairy and crop farmer Jean-Claude Pette relies on EU subsidies to keep his 200ha farm afloat. But he worries that support could be cut as governments seek ways to plug a budget hole left by Britain’s departure from the bloc.

Pette receives €58,000 in subsidies annually, more than the €45,000 income he earns from his 100 dairy cows and fields of cereals and sugar beet...

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