in brief…

October 2006
Farmers Weekly;10/13/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 15, p7
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The article offers news briefs on the agricultural sector in Great Britain. Johnston McNeill, former head of the Rural Payments Agency, will appear before the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee regarding the single farm payment crisis. The first episode of the television programme "Farming Sunday" will be aired on October 15, 2006. Veterinarian Dick Sibley won the 2006 Dairy Industry Award at the Dairy Industry Dinner held in the Royal Bath & West Showground in England.


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