October 2008
Farmers Weekly;10/10/2008, p39
Trade Publication
The article covers issues related to the agricultural industry in Great Britain as of October 2008. The Web site of the periodical "Farmers Weekly" has been named by the Association of Online Publishers (AOP) as the Online Community of the Year. A blog relates the experience of a farmer of blowing a hydraulic line on a four-wheel drive unit. Another farmer comments on the milk price increase by Tesco.


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