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Farmers must act fast to retain trust

Isn’t it strange that we have grown so confused about something as fundamental as the food we eat? In the main feature this week, Dr Pieter Vervoort, managing director of the National Animal Health Forum, discusses some of the reasons behind the drive to implement

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