June 2006
Farmers Weekly;6/23/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 25, p16
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The article highlights the significance of the "Farmers Weekly" Agricultural Awards to its winners in Great Britain. Marcus Maxwell had an improved interest in the farm, saw an increase in visit to his farm and received speaking requests after being recognized as the Sheep Farmer of the Year. The award serves as an assurance stamp to the business of Rodney Down. The farm of Stuart Bacon has generated various press coverage following his Dairy Farmer of the Year award.


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