Stocks, Caroline
September 2008
Farmers Weekly;9/19/2008, p8
Trade Publication
This section offers livestock-related news briefs in Great Britain. About a third of the country's bees have mysteriously died this year, causing a 50% drop in honey production. A farm worker has been killed after being hit by a digger. Wild boars are being given contraceptive injections in a bid to stop them damaging crops and attacking livestock.


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