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I AM writing concerning the current predicament that all stock farmers find themselves in at present in England.
Critique: Knowledgeably compiled and deftly edited by Mohamed Adhikari (Associate Professor, Department of Historical Studies, University of Cape Town, South Africa and Vice-President of the International Network of Genocide Scholars), "Genocide on Settler Frontiers: When Hunter-Gatherers and Commercial Stock Farmers Clash" is a compendium of twelve seminal and impressively researched scholarly articles by expert contributors.
While we tend to be stock farmers and look at grass as a way of feeding them, they are grass farmers.
The badger is now in plague proportions in some parts of the country - much to the chagrin of stock farmers.
Stock farmers received little help to diversify; Andrew Blenkiron
RECENT press reports of radical changes to the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) with a return to headage payments for stock farmers and subsidies for tobacco farmers, and an increase in the use of intervention, suggested a fait accompli.
Stock farmers in the Ovitoto area are currently receiving mentorship to acquire the necessary skills needed to manage their livestock herds and rangeland resources.
Mr Fabricant (Con) tabled questions in the Commons after being told by 'numerous' people in Wales that this practice existed and that stock farmers in the country were having their sheep, poultry and pets savaged in great numbers as a result.
If Scotland can keep clear of BTV8 until vaccine is available for distribution from November 1st its stock farmers will benefit.
He spoke out after Tory MP Michael Fabricant (Lichfield) tabled questions in the Commons after being told by 'numerous' people in Wales that this practice existed and that stock farmers across the nation were having sheep, poultry and pets savaged in great numbers as a result.
He spoke out after Tory MP Michael Fabricant (Lichfield) tabled questions in the Commons after being told by 'numerous' people in Wales that this practice existed and that stock farmers in the country were having their sheep, poultry and pets savaged in great numbers as a result.
It would certainly provide a huge market for our stock farmers.
He may stir up hope for the northern stock farmers while there is no hope for the near or mid-term future.
Please don't assume that stock farmers have no respect or affection for their animals.