James Hook speaks at the Pig & Poultry Fair ©Tim ScrivenerJames Hook speaks at the Pig & Poultry Fair ©Tim Scrivener
Pig and poultry farmers will lose the certainty of access to a market that buys 19% and 14.4% of their produce respectively, if Britain votes to leave the EU in June, delegates at the Pig & Poultry Fair were told. Conversely, those in favour of leaving suggested farmers would have a greater say over domestic welfare legislation, regulation and red tape. See also: Analysis: Agricultural trade in a post-Brexit world In a debate on the prospects of Britain leaving Europe for the unsubsidised pig and […]
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