A rare dose of good news for farming

January 2003
Farmers Weekly;1/24/2003, Vol. 138 Issue 4, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the effect of the decision of the British government to revise its 20-day standstill rule on livestock producers. Benefits of the standstill rule to farmers; Responsibilities of farmers brought about by the rule.


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