NFU gives way to the young

Peddie, Andrew
March 2007
Farmers Weekly;3/30/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 13, p66
Trade Publication
The article discusses views regarding the outcome of the annual general meeting of the National Farmers Union (NFU) in Scotland in 2007. According to the author, the address by the Rural Affairs minister was lackluster. He states that the minister is uncertain about the subject of proposals for nitrate vulnerable zones (NVZs), which have the potential to severely damage both arable and livestock sectors.


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