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Hill farming review



Hill farming review



Scottish Farming Leader 25(453): 10-11



The results of the Scottish Farmers' Union 1982 questionnaire to some 70 hill farms confirmed that the modest improvement in returns begun in 1981 had continued. Prices obtained for lambs, ewes, calves and cull cows all improved by between 8% and 18%, while feed and fertilizer costs rose around 7%. Fixed costs and bank overdraft costs rose considerably more.

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