'Anti-farming agenda' in DEFRA's Crewe office

Riley, Jonathan
November 2002
Farmers Weekly;11/8/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 19, p14
Trade Publication
Deals with the complaint of Devon, England farmer Stuart Hailey against the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affair's Rural Development Service office at Crewe. Role of the Organic Farming Scheme at Crewe in Hailey's plight; Reason behind his decision to quit from farming.


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