August 2008
Farmers Weekly;8/8/2008, p60
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the National Farmers Union's (NFU) Africa 100 appeal. He mentions that a donation to the Africa 100 appeal is the ideal way to celebrate the progress of British Agriculture over the past century. He points out that the efforts of farmers together with scientists, breeders, manufacturers and the taxpayer have transformed the industry and the health and wealth of the entire nation. He encourages farmers to donate a tonne of wheat from the 2008 harvest to the Africa 100 appeal.


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