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A national pig petition is set to back UK pig farmers whose livelihoods are threatened by high feed prices and cheap foreign meat.




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Now a national pig petition is being launched today to support British pig farmers who say their livelihoods are threatened by soaring feed prices and competition from cheap imports.

 

The campaign is backed by celebrity chefs from Gordon Ramsey to Rick Stein, and launched by Waitrose. But in a global market should consumers be expected to pay more for products just because they're British? Here is Jane Dodge.

 

Most of us have a soft spot for pigs, not enough though to stop us eating them. Bacon is the nation's favorite meat. But the butties we know and love could become a luxury in the future according to pig farmers. They say they're struggling to survive, a big rise in the cost of feed means they're no longer making a profit. Some are quitting. Others like Martin Martindale in Hampshire have scaled down production.

 

Solely, we've seen our overdraft rise, uh, some 3 times, uh, triple in size over the last 6 months, um, if the, if the situation continues, um, then we will find it increasingly difficult to stay in businesses, we will have to charge more for our product.

 

To make that palatable to consumers, a campaign has been launched today called "Save Our Bacon".

 

According to the industry the cost of rearing a pig is around 106 pounds. But farmers only get 80 pounds when it's sold, so that's a loss of 26 pounds. Farmers now want consumers to pay more for their pork.

 

Aren't you just at the end of the day asking us to buy British?

 

That's part of what we're trying to do, but the problems behind the British product, the freshness, the welfare standards that we've produced to are all far better than there is available from imported product.

 

Standards may well be high here. But competitors argue their product is just as good and cheaper.

 

There are occasions I would say where individual governments, uh, go ahead of the basic EU legislation which is, uh, to which we must alter it here, uh, that has happened in this country we would accept, with certain aspects of uh, pig welfare, but Danish farmers would also point to areas, in the area of welfare where their government has gone further than the government here.

 

Ultimately this is a fight for hearts and minds - British pig farmers have to persuade consumers that quality is worth paying more for.

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Now a national pig petition is being launched today to support British pig farmers who say their livelihoods are threatened by soaring feed prices and competitions from cheap imports.

 

The campaign is backed by celebrity chefs from Gordon Ramsey to Rick Stein, and launched by Waitrose. But in a global market should consumers be expected to pay more for products just because they're British? Here is Jane Dodge.

 

Most of us have a soft spot for pigs, not enough though to stop us eating them. Bacon is the nation's favourite meat. But the butties we know and love could become a luxury in the future according to pig farmers. They say they're struggling to survive, a big rise in the cost of feed means they're no longer making a profit. Some are quitting. Others like Martin Martindale in Hampshire have scaled down production.

 

… ~, we've seen our overdrive fries, uh, some 3 times, uh, triple in size over the last 6 month, um, if the, if the situation continues, um, then we will find it in quit difficulty to stay in business, we will have to charge more for our product.

 

To make that palatable to consumers, a campaign has been launched today called "Save Our Bacon".

 

According to the industry the cost of rearing a pig is around 106 pounds. But the farmers only get 80 pounds when it's sold, so that's a loss of 26 pounds. Farmers now want consumers to pay more for their pork.

 

Are you just that end of the day asked mister by British?

 

That's part of what we're trying to do, but the problems behind the British product, the freshness, the welfare standards that we've produced to are all far better than its available from import product.

 

Standards may well be high here. But competitors argue their product is just as good and cheaper.

 

There are occasions I would say where individual governments, uh, go ahead of the basic EU legislation which is, uh, to which we must order here, uh, that has happened in this country we would accept, with certain aspects of uh, pig welfare, but Danish farmers would also point to areas, in the area of welfare where their government has gone further than the government here.

 

But ultimately it won't be animal (inaudible)...

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Now a national pig petition is being launched today to support British pig farmers who say their livelihoods are threatened by soaring feed prices and competitions from cheap imports. The campaign is backed by celebrity chefs from Gordon Ramsey to Rick Stein, and launched by Waitrose. But in a global market should consumers be expected to pay more for products just because they're British? Here is Jane Dodge. Most of us have a soft spot for pigs, not enough though to stop us eating them. Bacon is the nation's favourite meat. But the butties we know and love could become a luxury in the future according to pig farmers. They say they're struggling to survive, a big rise in the cost of feed means they're no longer making a profit. Some are quitting. Others like Martin Martindale in Hampshire have scaled down production. … ~, we've seen our overdrive fries, uh, some 3 times, uh, triple in size over the last 6 month, um, if the, if the situation continues, um, then we will find it in quit difficulty to stay in business, we will have to charge more for our product. To make that palatable to consumers, a campaign has been launched today called "Save Our Bacon". According to the industry the cost of rearing a pig is around 106 pounds. But the farmers only get 80 pounds when it's sold, so that's a loss of 26 pounds. Farmers now want consumers to pay more for their pork. Are you just that end of the day asked mister by British? That's part of what we're trying to do, but the problems behind the British product, the freshness, the welfare standards that we've produced to are all far better than its available from import product. Standards may well be high here. But competitors argue their product is just as good and cheaper. There are occasions I would say where individual governments, uh, go ahead of the basic EU legislation which is, uh, to which we must order here, uh, that has happened in this country we would accept, with certain aspects of uh, pig welfare, but Danish farmers would also point to areas, in the area of welfare where their government has gone further than the government here. But ultimately it won't be animal
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Now National pig petition is being launched today to support Bush's pig farmers who say their lifelihood is threaten by soaring feed prices and composition from cheap imports.The campaign is backed by celebrity sheriff from golden / to Rex Stain and launched by Wen.But in an global market should be comsumers expected to pay more for products just because they are British .Here is chain /.

 

Most of us have a soft spot for pigs. Not enough to stop eating them.Baconn is the national's favourite meat.But the butties we know and love could become a luxury in the future according to pig farmers.They say they are struggling to surive.A big rise in the cost of feed means they no longer making a  profit.Some are quiting ,Others like Martin Martindale in Hampshire has / down production.

 

It's only / / our through rise.some three times -triple in sizes of last six month.if the situation continues,then we will  find increasing difficult stand bussiness.We will have to charge more for our product.

 

To make that palatable to comsumers a campaign is being launched today called "Save our Baconn"

According to the industry the cost of a rare pig is around 106 pounds .A farmer only get 80 pounds when it sold.So that's a lost of 26 pounds.Farmers now want comsumers to pay more for their pork.

 

Are these just the end of the day asked by meat of British.
That's part of what we are trying to do.what the problem behind the British pork,product The freshess the /British too are all far better when it / the / product.

 

Standard may behind here.The petition are / that product is just as good and cheaper.

There are occasion I would say where individual governments,go ahead of the basic EU  legislation which is / here that has happened in thsi country accepted with certain aspects of big welfare.But / farmers would also points to areas and area welfare where their government is going further than the the government here.

 

But ultimately it going to be animal.........

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Now a national pig petition is being launched today to support British pig farmers who say their livelihoods are threatened by soaring feed prices and competition from cheap imports.

 

The campaign is backed by celebrity chefs from Gordon Ramsey to Rick Stein, and launched by Waitrose. But in a global market should consumers be expected to pay more for products just because they're British? Here is Jane Dodge.

 

Most of us have a soft spot for pigs, not enough though to stop us eating them. Bacon is the nation's favorite meat. But the butties we know and love could become a luxury in the future according to pig farmers. They say they're struggling to survive, a big rise in the cost of feed means they're no longer making a profit. Some are quitting. Others like Martin Martindale in Hampshire have scaled down production.

 

Solely, we've seen our overdrive fries, uh, some 3 times, uh, triple in size over /last 6 month, um, if the, if the situation continues, um, then we will find it increasingly difficult to stay in business, we will have to charge more for our product.

 

To make that palatable to consumers, a campaign has been launched today called "Save Our Bacon".

 

According to the industry the cost of rearing a pig is around 106 pounds. But the farmers only get 80 pounds when it's sold, so that's a loss of 26 pounds. Farmers now want consumers to pay more for their pork.

 

Are you just that end of the day asked mister by British?

 

That's part of what we're trying to do, but the problems behind the British product, the freshness, the welfare standards that we've produced to are all far better than its available from imported product.

 

Standards may well be high here. But the competitors argue their product is just as good and cheaper.

 

“There are occasions I would say where individual governments, uh, go ahead of the basic EU legislation which is, uh, to which we must order here, uh, that has happened in this country we would accept, with certain aspects of uh, pig welfare, but Danish farmers would also point to areas, in the area of welfare where their government has gone further than the government here.”

 

But ultimately it won't be animal (inaudible).

Homework

Now a national pig petition is being launched today to support British pig farmers who say their livelihood has threatened by soaring feed prices and competition from cheap imports. The compaign is backed by * from * and launched by *. But in a global market should consumers be expected to pay more for products just because their British is *?

 

Most of us have a soft spot to pigs. We'll do nothing to stop eating them. Bacon is the nation's favorite meat.But the butties we know and love could become a luxury in the future according to pig farmers. They say they're struggling to survive. A big rise in the cost of feed means they're no longer making a profit. Some acquainting * Martin Martindale have scaled down production.

 

"Soon or later we'll see our own drive of rise of some three times,ur,triple,in size of the last six months. If the situation continues, ur, then we will find it increasingly difficult to stand businesses. We will have to charge more for our products."

 

To make that palatable to the consumers a compaign is being launched today in order to save our bacon.

 

According to the industry the cost of rearing a pig is around 106 pounds, but farmers only get 80 pounds when it's sold, so that's a loss of 26 pounds. Farmers now want consumers to pay more for their pork.

 

Are you just at the end of the day * our Britain?

 

That's part of what we try to do, but the problems behind the British products, the freshness, the health standards of British too, are all far better than is available from imported products. Standards * will be high here, but competitors argue their product is just as good and cheaper.

 

For our occassions, I would say where individual governments,ur, go ahead of the basic EU legislation which is, ur, *. That has happened in this country. We 'll accept with certain aspects of pig welfare, but Danish farmers would also point to areas in their welfare where their government is going farther than the government here.

 

But ultimately ...

[ 本帖最后由 vevee-chenjr 于 2008-2-28 09:10 编辑 ]

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Now a national pig petition has been launched today to support British pig farmers who say their live is in threaten by souring feat price and compositional from cheap imports. The campaign is backed by celebrity chefs from Gordon Ramsey to Rick Stein, and launched by Waitrose. But in a global market should consumers to be expected to pay more for products just because they’re British? It’s Jane Dodge .

 

Most of these have soft spot pigs, not enough of them have to stop us eating them. Bacon is the nation’s favorite meat. But the … is low and life could be a luxury in the future according to pig farmers. They say they are struggling to survive. A big rise in the cost of feed means they’re no longer making a profit. Some are quitting. Others like Martin has scaled down production.

 

Sonly now, we see our over job fires have some three times, triple, in last six months. And if the situation continues, then we will find it increasingly difficult to stand businesses, we will have to charge more for out product.

 

To make that palatable to consumers, a campaign has been launched today calls save our bacon.

 

According to the industry, the cost of raising a big is around 106 pounds. But farmers only get 80 pounds when it sold. So now they lost about 26 pounds. Farmers now want consumers to pay more for that pork.

 

Are you just end of the day asked … by British?

That’s part of what we’re trying to do. But the problem behind the British product, the fleshiness, the welfare standard that we’ve produced to are all far better than its available from imported product.

 

Standards will be high here, but the competitors argue that their product will be just as good and cheaper.

There are occasions, I would say when individual governments are go ahead the basic EU legislation which is a tuition we missed here. And that has happened to this country. We would accept with certain aspects of pig welfare but Danish farmers would also poor to areas. Their welfare where their government has gone further than the government here.

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Now a national pig petition is being launched today to support British pig farmers who say their livelihoods are threatened by soaring feed prices and competetion from cheap imports.

 

The campaign is backed by celebrity chefs from Gordon Ramsey to Rick Stein, and launched by Waitrose. But in a global market should consumers be expected to pay more for products just because they're British? Here is Jane Dodge.

 

Most of us have a soft spot for pigs, not enough though to stop us eating them. Bacon is the nation's favorite meat. But the butties we know and love could become a luxury in the future according to pig farmers. They say they're struggling to survive, a big rise in the cost of feed means they're no longer making a profit. Some are quitting. Others like Martin Martindale in Hampshire have scaled down production.

 

Solely,we've seen our overdrive fries, uh, some 3 times, uh, triple in size over last 6 month, um, if the, if the situation continues, um, then we will find it increasingly difficult to stay in business, we will have to charge more for our product.

 

To make that palatable to consumers, a campaign has been launched today called "Save Our Bacon".

 

According to the industry the cost of rearing a pig is around 106 pounds. But the farmers only get 80 pounds when it's sold, so that's a loss of 26 pounds. Farmers now want consumers to pay more for their pork.

 

Are you just that end of the day asked mister by British?

 

That's part of what we're trying to do, but the problems behind the British product, the freshness, the welfare standards that we've produced to are all far better than its available from imported product.

 

Standards may well be high here. But the competitors argue their product is just as good and cheaper.

 

“There are occasions I would say where individual governments, uh, go ahead of the basic EU legislation which is, uh, to which we must order here, uh, that has happened in this country we would accept, with certain aspects of uh, pig welfare, but Danish farmers would also point to areas, in the area of welfare where their government has gone further than the government here.”

 

But ultimately it won't be animal...

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Now a national pig petition is being launched today to support British pig farmers who say their livelihoods are threatened by soaring feed prices and competition from cheap imports.

 

The campaign is backed by celebrity chefs from Gordon Ramsey to Rick Stein, and launched by Waitrose. But in a global market should consumers be expected to pay more for products just because they're British? Here is Jane Dodge.

 

Most of us have a soft spot for pigs, not enough though to stop us eating them. Bacon is the nation's favorite meat. But the butties we know and love could become a luxury in the future according to pig farmers. They say they're struggling to survive, a big rise in the cost of feed means they're no longer making a profit. Some are quitting. Others like Martin Martindale in Hampshire have scaled down production.

 

Solely, we've seen our overdraft rise, uh, some 3 times, uh, triple in size over the last 6 months, um, if the, if the situation continues, um, then we will find it increasingly difficult to stay in business, we will have to charge more for our product.

 

To make that palatable to consumers, a campaign has been launched today called "Save Our Bacon".

 

According to the industry the cost of rearing a pig is around 106 pounds. But / farmers only get 80 pounds when it's sold, so that's a loss of 26 pounds. Farmers now want consumers to pay more for their pork.

 

Aren't you just at the end of the day asking us to buy British?

 

That's part of what we're trying to do, but the problems behind the British product, the freshness, the welfare standards that we've produced to are all far better than there is available from imported product.

 

Standards may well be high here. But / competitors argue their product is just as good and cheaper.

 

“There are occasions I would say where individual governments, uh, go ahead of the basic EU legislation which is, uh, to which we mean is dollop here, uh, that has happened in this country we would accept, with certain aspects of uh, pig welfare, but Danish farmers would also point to areas, in the area of welfare where their government has gone further than the government here.”

 

But ultimately it will be animal (inaudible).

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Now a national pig petition is being launched today to support British pig farmers who say their livelihoods are threatened by soaring feed prices and competition from cheap imports.

 

The campaign is backed by celebrity chefs from Gordon Ramsey to Rick Stein, and launched by Waitrose. But in a global market should consumers to   be expected to pay more for products just because they're British? Here is Jane Dodge.

 

Most of us have a soft spot to   pigs, not enough though to stop us eating them. Bacon is the nation's favorite meat. But the butties we know and love could become a luxury in the future according to pig farmers. They say they're struggling to survive, a big rise in the cost of feed means they're no longer making a profit. Some are quitting. Others like Martin Martindale in Hampshire have scaled down production.

 

Solely, we've seen our overdraft for food rise, uh, some 3 times, uh, triple in size over the last 6 months, um, if the, if the situation continues, um, then we will find it increasingly difficult to stay in business, we will have to charge more for our product.

 

To make that palatable to consumers, a campaign has been launched today called "Save Our Bacon".

 

According to the industry the cost of rearing a pig is around 106 pounds. But / farmers only get 80 pounds when it's sold, so that's a loss of 26 pounds. Farmers now want consumers to pay more for their pork.

 

Aren't you just at the end of the day asking us to buy British?

 

That's part of what we're trying to do, but the problems behind the British product, the freshness, the welfare standards that we've produced to are all far better than there is available from imported product.

 

Standards may well be high here. But / competitors argue their product is just as good and cheaper.

 

“There are occasions I would say where individual governments, uh, go ahead of the basic EU legislation which is, uh, to which we must order  here, uh, that has happened in this country we would accept, with certain aspects of uh, pig welfare, but Danish farmers would also point to areas, in the area of welfare where their government has gone further than the government here.”

 

But ultimately it will be animal (inaudible).

 

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Now a national pig petition is being launched today to support British pig farmers who say their livelihoods are threatened by soaring feed prices and competition from cheap imports.

 

The campaign is backed by celebrity chefs from Gordon Ramsey to Rick Stein, and launched by Waitrose. But in a global market should consumers to  be expected to pay more for products just because they're British? Here is Jane Dodge.

 

Most of us have a soft spot to   pigs, not enough though to stop us eating them. Bacon is the nation's favorite meat. But the butties we know and love could become a luxury in the future according to pig farmers. They say they're struggling to survive, a big rise in the cost of feed means they're no longer making a profit. Some are quitting. Others like Martin Martindale in Hampshire have scaled down production.

 

Solely, though we see our overdraft for food rise, uh, some 3 times, uh, triple in size over the last 6 months, um, if the, if the situation continues, um, then we will find it increasingly difficult to stay in businesses, we will have to charge more for our product.

 

To make that palatable to consumers, a campaign has been launched today called "Save Our Bacon".

 

According to the industry the cost of rearing a pig is around 106 pounds. But farmers only get 80 pounds when it's sold, so that's a loss of 26 pounds. Farmers now want consumers to pay more for their pork.

 

Aren't you just at the end of the day asking us to buy British?

 

That's part of what we're trying to do, but the problems behind the British product, the freshness, the welfare standards that we've produced to are all far better than there is available from imported product.

 

Standards may well be high here. But competitors argue their product is just as good and cheaper.

 

“There are occasions I would say where individual governments, uh, go aheads of the basic EU legislation which is, uh, to which we must order  here, uh, that has happened in this country we would accept, with certain aspects of uh, pig welfare, but Danish farmers would also point to areas, in the area of welfare where their government has gone further than the government here.”

 

But ultimately it will be animal.

 

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now a national pig petition is being launched today to support british pig farmers, who say they're likely to hold the threaten by solving feed prices and composition from cheap imports. the campaign is backed by celebrity Chefs from Gordo**to resign, and launched by Waitros but in a global market should consumers be expected to pay more for products just because they are british. here is Jane Jorge. most of us have a short spot of pigs. not enough those who stop us eatting them, bacon is the nation's favourite meat. but the butties we know and love could become a luxury in the future. according to pig farmers, they say they are struggling to survive. a big rise in the cost of feed means they're no longer making a profit. some are quitting. others like Martin martindale in hampshire has scaled down production. solely, we've seen our overdraft of rise some three times, tripple in size over last six months. if the situation continues, then, we'll fall into increasingly difficult stand businesses. we will have to charge more for our products. to make that palacable to the consumers, a campaign being launched today called "save our bacon". according to the industry, the cost of raling a pig is aroud a hundred and six pound. but farmers only get eighty pounds when it's sold. so that's a lots of 26 pounds. farmers now want consumers to pay more for their pork. are you just at the end of the day ask me to buy a british? that's part of what we are trying to do with, what the problems we hanging behind the british product--- the freshness, the welfare standards that we produce to are all far better than it's available from imported product. standard of welfaremay well be high here, but competitives argue that they are just as good and cheaper. there are vocations i would say that individual governments go ahead of the basic EU legislation which is, eh, to which is we must order here . that has happened in the come through success with certain aspect of pig welfare. but danish farmers would also point to areas and the areas welfare where their governments've gone further than the government here. but ultimately it won't be animal...
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Now a national pig petition is being launched today to support British pig farmers who say their livelihoods are threatened by soaring feed price and competition from cheap import. The campaign is backed by slabish chefs from to and launched by waitress, but in a global market should consumers be expected to pay more and products just because they are British? ///

 

Most of us have a source of stock pigs, not enough though to stop eating them. Bacon is the nation's favorite meat and the butter we know and enough can become a luxury in the future according to pig farmers.

 

They say they are struggling to survive a big rise in the cost of feat means no longer making a profit. Some are quitting, others like Martin Marti Daley Hampshire has scaled down production.

 

Slowly we see our drop of feed rise some three times a curtle in the last three months, if the situation continues, then we will find it increasingly difficult to stand businesses. We will have to charge more price perhaps. To make that practicable to consumers, a campaign is being launched today called “save our bacon”.

 

According to the industry, the cost of wearing a page is around 160 pounds, but farmers only get 80 pounds when it's sold, so a loss of 26 pounds. Farmers are now consuming to pay more for that pork. Are you just at the end of day out street to buy British?

 

That’s part of what we’re trying to do. What the problems behind the British project: The freshness, the wealthy standards that were produced to are all far better than it’s available from import of profit. Slightly they will be higher here, but competitors argue their product is just as good and cheaper.

 

There are occasions I would say where individual governments go ahead of the basic naive legislation, which is, to which I mean stock here,that has happened in this country with except of certain aspects of pick Wealthier. But Danish farm was also pointing to areas in the Ivory Wealthier where their government has gone further than the government here? But ultimately it would be animal.

 

 

 

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Now a national pig petition is being launched today to support British pig farmers who say their livelihoods are threatened by soaring feed prices and competition from cheap imports. 

The campaign is backed by celebrity chefs from Gordon Ramsey to Rick Stein, and launched by Waitrose. But in a global market should consumers be expected to pay more for products just because they're British? Here is Jane Dodge. 

Most of us have a soft spot for pigs, not enough though to stop us eating them. Bacon is the nation's favorite meat. But the butties we know and love could become a luxury in the future according to pig farmers. They say they're struggling to survive, a big rise in the cost of feed means they're no longer making a profit. Some are quitting. Others like Martin Martindale in Hampshire have scaled down production. 

solely, we've seen our overdrive fries, uh, some 3 times, uh, triple in size over /last 6 month, um, if the, if the situation continues, um, then we will find it increasingly difficult to stay in business, we will have to charge more for our product. 

To make that palatable to consumers, a campaign has been launched today called "Save Our Bacon". 

According to the industry the cost of rearing a pig is around 106 pounds. But the farmers only get 80 pounds when it's sold, so that's a loss of 26 pounds. Farmers now want consumers to pay more for their pork. 

Are you just that end of the day asked mister by British? 

That's part of what we're trying to do, but the problems behind the British product, the freshness, the welfare standards that we've produced to are all far better than its available from import product. 

Standards may well be high here. But competitors argue their product is just as good and cheaper. 

“There are occasions I would say where individual governments, uh, go ahead of the basic EU legislation which is, uh, to which we must order here, uh, that has happened in this country we would accept, with certain aspects of uh, pig welfare, but Danish farmers would also point to areas, in the area of welfare where their government has gone further than the government here.” 

But ultimately it won't be animal

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Now national pig x has been lunching today to support British pig farmers, who says their lives have been threatened by soaring price and competitions from cheep imports. They by x from goal golden x and lunched by x, but in the global market should consumers be excepted to pay more for products just because they are British?

Most of us have soft supports for pigs, not enough to stop eating them. Bake is the nation’s favorite meat. But we know the love could be luxury in the future according to the pig farmers. They say they are struggling to survive. a big rising in cost feed means they no longer make a profit. Some are quitting, others like x, have scare down the production.

We see our own x some three times in size in the last six months. If the situation continues, we will find increasingly x the businesses. We will have to charge more for our products. To make that x consumers, companion has lunched today to call to save our baker. According to the industry, the cost of raising a pig is around 106 pounds. The farmers get only 80 pounds when they were sold, so lost 26 pounds. Farmers now want consumers to pay more for their poke.

Are you just the ending of the day by the British? That part of why we are trying to do. What the problem behind the British products. The freshness, the warfare system, and British too are all far better than their ability from improving their product.

Standard level will be higher here. But competitors are arguing that their product is just as good and cheaper. On our occasions, I would say the individual governments go ahead of the basic EU legislation, which is x. that is what has happened come to of certain except of big warfare.

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