in brief…

October 2006
Farmers Weekly;10/27/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 17, p7
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The article offers news briefs on the farming industry in Great Britain. The television show "Farming Sunday," which is devoted to farming and agribusiness, will air on Sky Digital channel 181 on October 29, 2006. The National Farmers Union has decided to ask for help from its members in gathering information about pre-movement testing for bovine tuberculosis. The Cereals Event received the Best Business Exhibition Gold Award at a recent awards ceremony of "Event Magazine."


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