Milk protesters ready to raise stakes

Riley, Jonathan
October 2003
Farmers Weekly;10/17/2003, Vol. 139 Issue 16, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on a protest over milk prices organized by the Farmers For Action (FFA) in Great Britain in 2003. Increase in the number of farmers attending protests; Relationship between the FFA and the National Farmers' Union; Factory sites mobilized by the FFA on October 14, 2003.


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