Richardson, David
March 2007
Farmers Weekly;3/2/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 9, p35
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the three options for European farming that were presented at a "Norfolk Farming Conference" in England. One is by Peter Kendall, president of the National Farmers Union (NFU), which envisaged a farming industry up for the challenge of world competition on the back of higher commodity prices and a shortage of land because of increasing demands for food and energy.


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