Collection Fine Warning

Davis, Isabel
March 2003
Farmers Weekly;3/28/2003, Vol. 138 Issue 12, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on the need to establish a national collection scheme for destroyed stock by the British government. Need to show compliance of the rules to the National Farmers Union; Proof for legal disposal of cattles; Opinion of officials of the Department of Environment Food and Rural Affairs on the issue.


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