Weather records tumble as the rain keeps on falling

September 2002
Farmers Weekly;9/27/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 13, p91
Trade Publication
Reports on the impact of the continuous rainfall in Ireland on agriculture in the country as of September 2002. Amount of rain water that resulted from the continuous rain pour according to meteorologist Paddy Kennedy; Estimates made by Kennedy on winter fodder; Result of the lack of fresh grass.


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