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2018-01-05 16:25:05
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How exciting. This really gets to the heart of creating a positive and sustainable future for our lands and our farmers. The countryside is a very different place from that of my childhood. Once it's gone, we will never replace it -So much destruction- so much of nature in decline, we must take positive steps to improve and create that which has been lost. We have a responsiibility and duty to do so.
Anonymous 5, Jan 2018 @ 16:25
How exciting. This really gets to the heart of creating a positive and sustainable future for our lands and our farmers. The countryside is a very different place from that of my childhood. Once it's gone, we will never replace it -So much destruction- so much of nature in decline, we must take positive steps to improve and create that which has been lost. We have a responsiibility and duty to do so.
2018-01-07 19:01:01
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I eat potatoes from Egypt,string beans from Kenya,Swede from New Zealand and mushrooms from Ireland.a lot of other vegetables and fruit come from Spain,Peru,Africa etc. How can I support British farmers? And as importantly in this context ,why should I?

Jim KIRBY Jkirby 1048@aol.com
Anonymous 7, Jan 2018 @ 19:01
I eat potatoes from Egypt,string beans from Kenya,Swede from New Zealand and mushrooms from Ireland.a lot of other vegetables and fruit come from Spain,Peru,Africa etc. How can I support British farmers? And as importantly in this context ,why should I?

Jim KIRBY Jkirby 1048@aol.com
2018-01-11 12:19:43
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At this stage it is important to support the farmers that are doing the right thing. This is a question that farmers can answer better than me. Food miles are also important, so choose British products in the supermarket where possible. Simon.
Dorset Wildlife Trust 11, Jan 2018 @ 12:19
At this stage it is important to support the farmers that are doing the right thing. This is a question that farmers can answer better than me. Food miles are also important, so choose British products in the supermarket where possible. Simon.
2018-01-08 16:36:53
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Thankyou Simon, if we can move towards supporting farmers and the natural ecology of their farms rather than large scale agri businesses then things will change in the countryside, but I find it difficult to even hope that this government, which only ever supports the interests of the rich, can be expected to act to support the natural environment. They have a track record of saying positive things and failing to achieve them.
Anonymous 8, Jan 2018 @ 16:36
Thankyou Simon, if we can move towards supporting farmers and the natural ecology of their farms rather than large scale agri businesses then things will change in the countryside, but I find it difficult to even hope that this government, which only ever supports the interests of the rich, can be expected to act to support the natural environment. They have a track record of saying positive things and failing to achieve them.
2018-01-10 11:28:30
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I can understand your concern. Our fear is that the transition period of 5 years will take us past the end of the current government, so we will want to see some specific detail soon from Mr Gove about how these excellent plans will be implemented. Simon.
Dorset Wildlife Trust 10, Jan 2018 @ 11:28
I can understand your concern. Our fear is that the transition period of 5 years will take us past the end of the current government, so we will want to see some specific detail soon from Mr Gove about how these excellent plans will be implemented. Simon.
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