Jones, Clyde
August 2008
Farmers Weekly;8/1/2008, p74
Trade Publication
The author talks about two farming events that he attended in Devon and Cornwall in England. He offers an overview of a talk given by New Zealand veterinarian Neil Chesterton. He states that his visit to Cornwall was a study tour, wherein they visited a variety of farms. According to the author, he let 50 heifer calves roam in order to avoid more silage making.


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