Regaining lost ground will be far from easy

Hunt, Jeremy
March 2002
Farmers Weekly;3/8/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 10, p93
Trade Publication
Provides information on sheep breeding company Kirkby Stephen Auction Mart in Cumbria, England. Impact of the foot-and-mouth disease outbreak on the company; Information on Swaledale tups; Efforts of the company to recover from the impact of foot-and-mouth outbreak.


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