British red meat industry is good reason for optimism

Guise, Jane
November 2006
Farmers Weekly;11/17/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 20, Special Section p3
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The article provides an update of events to be staged by the Royal Bath & West of England Society in their showground. According to the society, they are extremely proud that the Royal Smithfield Club chose to come to their showground with their primestock competitions. The Royal Bath & West will also create a new showcase to promote all agriculture has to offer. One of the highlights of their show is the inaugural Meat Industry dinner, during which there will be an address by Baroness Byford.


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