Contracts back up biofuels

July 2006
Farmers Weekly;7/14/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 2, p70
Trade Publication
The article focuses on issues affecting agriculture in Great Britain. The decision of British Sugar to close its York and Allscott factories in England have a negative effect on growers. The potential market for biofuel production in Great Britain presents several opportunities to farmers.


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