Fallen stock collection plan is dealt cash blow

Buss, Jessica
December 2002
Farmers Weekly;12/20/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 25, p25
Trade Publication
Reports that there is little chance of having a National Carcass Collection scheme for livestock set up in Great Britain by April 30, 2003. Position of the government on funding the scheme; Remarks from National Farmers' Union meat adviser Barney Kay on the cost of the scheme.


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