Harris, Eamonn; Persey, Robert; Hoey, Peter; Wisson, Margaret; Iveagh, Ned; Watkins, Philip
August 2006
Farmers Weekly;8/4/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 5, p34
Trade Publication
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles published in previous issues including the proposed reductions in beef prices, the treatment of British Sugar towards sugar beet growers of the West Midlands, England, and the use of green waste compost by farmers.


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