Nothing like a good rant

Morrow, Judith
January 2007
Farmers Weekly;1/26/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 4, p72
Trade Publication
The author expresses her opinion on environmental health people in Great Britain. She blames them for everything such as rising costs and building complications. She states that she had close dealings with their local Environmental Health Officer for years but worried because her family decided to engage into raw milk business. She mentions that the issues on raw milk is an example of a civil servant mentality that makes farming a physical impossibility for many average families.


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