Case, Philip
February 2014
Farmers Weekly;2/28/2014, Vol. 161 Issue 7, p71
Trade Publication
The article warns farmers in England and Wales about more flooding, as two severe flood warnings remain in place for the Somerset Levels in England in February 2014 while work continues to pump water off the deluged farmland in the area.


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