Cumbrian marts need to show 'more imagination'

September 2006
Farmers Weekly;9/8/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 10, p19
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The article focuses on the statement made by Brian Armstrong, a Cumbria Farming Network board member, about the need for auction marts in Cumbria, England to reform their operation in order to meet the demands of farmers. He emphasizes the need for auction centres to establish a better way to sell primestock and keep the prices stable. A spokesman for Harrison & Hetherington admitted that the company needs to adapt to the changes in the market.


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