EU beef calf payments under way in Scotland

Nicolson, Nancy
April 2012
Farmers Weekly;4/27/2012, Vol. 157 Issue 17, p60
Trade Publication
The article reveals that the European-funded Scottish Beef Calf Scheme has begun paying out 22 million British pounds to over 7,900 Scottish farmers who bred beef calves from suckler cows in 2011.


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