June 2006
Farmers Weekly;6/9/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 23, p10
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The article comments on a report by Bob Bansback, strategy director of the Meat and Livestock Commission, which was written for the Great Britain Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. The author applauded the report on the difficulty that livestock industries are having with an animal disposal ban, stating that it highlighted how large areas of the country are forced to endure an inefficient service that is intolerable compared with the price farmers have to pay.


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