Going vegan not an option

Garratt, Murray
March 2008
Farmers Weekly;3/28/2008, p32
Trade Publication
The author discusses issues related to livestock farming in England as of March 2008. He cites that the bad weather has highlighted a business opportunity for farmers in the more exposed regions of the country. He relates that his neighbour bought a surfing-kite for £200, only for it to end up intertwined in one of their oak trees. He states that vegetarian lobby's best known advocate, Paul McCartney, former Beatles band member, has been doing his best to criticise the cattle industry and suggests farmers to save the planet by becoming vegetarian.


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