June 2008
Farmers Weekly;6/27/2008, p67
Trade Publication
The article reports that more than 40,000 pressure cards have been distributed during a campaign by the National Farmers' Union (NFU) calling for more farm-gate support for British beef and lamb producers in Great Britain. The cards were handed to consumers during the Why Beef and Sheep Farming Matters roadshows that travelled the country From February to April 2008.


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