good security is essential

August 2008
Farmers Weekly;8/15/2008, p62
Trade Publication
The author emphasizes the importance of good security on farms. He addresses the great risk of theft amid the rising costs of diesel and short supply of tractor tyres in Great Britain. He criticizes the police for lack of action to address such crimes. He explains that these issues are affecting farm operators in making decisions on the future.


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