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Time to dance

The wet weather we had last summer, combined with the prolonged winter we have yet to escape, means that grass growth has been slow and the ‘green stuff’ isn’t as green as we would like it to be. We woke… Continue reading

Reading the future

Here is an extract from a book I have just bought from Amazon.

“Since the 1870’s British farmers have had neither stability nor security. Politicians’ promises have been made and forgotten, war-time prosperity has been followed by slump or uncertainty”.… Continue reading

Cow dance

Word is some folks have turned their cows out to grass already and, hopefully, it won’t be long before a lot more follow on farms around the country. Can you remember how it feels – the warmth of the sun,… Continue reading

What

burgers

should

teach

us.

 

BRITISH FARMERS

 

 

The problem we have had with all our milk and meat lately is we get paid a price below the cost of production. It’s about the whole farming industry. This… Continue reading

Deception and perception

The horsemeat found in beef products throughout UK supermarkets may not have posed any significant risk to the health of those eating it, but it has caused widespread mistrust. The shocking findings by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) have exposed… Continue reading

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