Get behind agriculture in 2003--Gill

Riley, Jonathan
January 2003
Farmers Weekly;1/3/2003, Vol. 138 Issue 1, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that National Farmers Union President Ben Gill has urged the British government to get behind the farming industry during 2003. Role of the Food Chain Centre and the English Food and Farming Partnership in the profitability of the farming industry; Issues facing the farming industry and rural development in Britain.


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