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September 2008
Farmers Weekly;9/12/2008, p27
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The author comments on the impact of the wet weather on agriculture in Great Britain. According to the author, the rain looks set to continue. The wet weather affects the whole of agriculture and has far-reaching consequences for the industry and consumers. In the livestock sector, sheep and beef in the north missed their normal summer of gaining condition on grass and have lost weight and market value.


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