F&M kills off Elgin market

Garner, James
December 2002
Farmers Weekly;12/20/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 25, p22
Trade Publication
Reports on the closure of the Elgin auction market in northeast Scotland after it failed to recover stock numbers following the foot-and-mouth crisis in 2002. Remarks from ANM Group chief executive Brian Pack regarding the closure; Reason the market never resumed finished cattle sales when it reopened in September 2001.


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