Head down under for a new lifestyle

Shirley, Andrew
April 2007
Farmers Weekly;4/27/2007 Supplement, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports on the increasing cases farmers moving from Great Britain to Australia. According to the author, Australia has been an attraction for British farmers since the country was colonized. He believes that the problems faced by the farmers in the country are making it more as serious options, if not for them, then for their children. Herefordshire agent Richard Williams said that farmers may become disillusioned with farming in the country.


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