Shared-cost incinerators

August 2006
Farmers Weekly;8/11/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 6, p45
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the role of the reduction in subsidies for National Fallen Stock Co. and concerns over biosecurity in the increased interest in on-farm incinerators according to manufacturers who attended the Sheep Event held in Great Britain. Farmers decided to install incinerators due to the decrease in subsidy. It mentions the necessity for the government to fund shared incinerator facilities.


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