August 2006
Farmers Weekly;8/25/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 8, p27
Trade Publication
The article presents an update on agriculture in Great Britain as of August 25, 2006. The Agricultural Wages Board plans to change the calculation of holiday pay of way workers. The Stirling Council Development Control Panel will hold a hearing on the plan of United Auctions to build an auction market in Scotland.


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