Davies, Isabel
November 2005
Farmers Weekly;11/25/2005, Vol. 143 Issue 22, p12
Trade Publication
The article offers news briefs on agriculture in Great Britain as of November 25, 2005. Buildings manufacturer Robinsons Agricultural and Industrial Buildings has gone into administrative receivership. The National Beef Association claims that the Office of Fair Trading is ignoring the limitation of consumer choice in letting farmers sell slaughter cattle for 25 to 30 percent less than the cost of production. Biofuels advocates criticised the HM Revenue & Customs' decision to charge the full rate of fuel duty to motorists using crude vegetable oil as a biofuel.


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