Halhead, Philip
October 2008
Farmers Weekly;10/24/2008, p60
Trade Publication
The author ponders on the true value in the freedom of choice. He claims that his travels to countries trying to rebuild their agriculture after communist regimes taught him the real value in the freedom of choice. He explains why he believes milk producers and beef farmers are going to lose their choice to operate. He believes Great Britain will lose food security with more food being imported.


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