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- The Industrialization of Food Retailing? Reynolds, Jonathan // European Retail Digest;Mar2001, Issue 29, p53
Discusses the industrialization of food retailing in Great Britain. Arguments over the foot-and-mouth disease crisis; Advent of industrialization in agriculture; Increase in the amount of organic food expenditure in the country.
- 'UK lessons' in Cumbria report. Tasker, Johann; Riley, Jonathan // Farmers Weekly;9/6/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 10, p7
Reports on the government investigation conducted in Cumbria, England on the issue of foot and mouth disease. Speculation on the report regarding the outbreak of the disease; Effect of the disease on the British economy and agricultural sector.
- Feet and mouths. Morpurgo, Horatio // New Internationalist;Aug2001, Issue 337, p34
Focuses on the impact of foot-and-mouth disease on agricultural industry in Great Britain. Effects of the disease on food and wildlife; Influence of low-grade imported meat on the growing disease crisis; Details on the government programs for the research of genetically modified crops.
- T-shirt 'army' seeks the truth on F&M. // Farmers Weekly;1/11/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 2, p6
Reports on the promotion of the campaign for public inquiry into the foot-and-mouth disease in Great Britain in 2002. Description of the shirts used in the promotion; Statement made by a claimant in the legal action concerning the campaign.
- More RABI aid. Riley, Jonathan // Farmers Weekly;7/12/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 2, p7
Focuses on the financial aid provided by the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution for British farmers and farm workers who were experiencing problems in relation to foot-and-mouth disease.
- diary. Heffer, Simon // New Statesman;03/05/2001, Vol. 130 Issue 4527, p9
Compares the foot-and-mouth animal disease outbreak in Great Britain in 1967 with that of the 2001 outbreak. Description of the farming communities in the country; How the farming community and the government addressed the problem; How the people deal the problem.
- Scots' culling policy kept control. // Farmers Weekly;2/22/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 8, p20
Focuses on the success of the Scottish government in controlling foot-and-mouth disease on its livestock industry in 2001. Factor that led to success; Total number of farms which suffered from the disease; Comments from Alastair Gregg of the Scottish Agricultural College's veterinary sciences.
- Farm fingers crossed for 'F&M' sheep test results. Davies, Isabel // Farmers Weekly;3/1/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 9, p6
Focuses on the optimism of the farming industry of Great Britain on the test results from two sheep from a farm in North Yorkshire, England suspected of having foot-and-mouth disease to be negative. Imposition of a ban on livestock movements in radius around the farm; Concerns on the possible...
- Like lambs to the slaughter. Comery, Roger // Public Finance;04/06/2001, p17
Takes issue with an opinion on the foot-and-mouth crisis in Great Britain. Commentary on Jackie Ashley's opinion article 'Food for thought'; Effect on farming.