07 July 1998
Yorkshire buffalo farmer
seeks commercial licence
BRITISH buffalo farmer Paul Langhorne hopes to get a licence to commercialise his venture shortly.
Langhorne, from Northallerton, North Yorkshire, launched himself into buffalo farming after his son, who suffers from cystic fibrosis, developed a violent allergy to cows milk.
His herd currently supplies his family and neighbours.
Only three or four farms in Britain have buffalo.
- The Independent 07/07/98 page 12 (Tuesday Review)