Gwyn Jones and cow
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Farming fight to keep European Common Agricultural Policy

West Sussex dairy farmer Gwyn Jones said half of British farms would close without the support of the EU's Common Agricultural Policy, which is set to be reformed.

The NFU vice president said farming needed to be more competitive, but it was wrong to take more land out of production.

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  • 19 Oct 2011
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