1013: Andersons Agribrief Bulletin March 2010

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Views from EU that the CAP post 2013 must ensure that agriculture can address food security, but more sustainably and continue (or even increase) the delivery of public goods whilst (possibly) receiving less support. The wheat price has stopped falling but the global picture is of plentiful supplies. There seems little sign of any major upwards movement in milk prices. Also - Defra plans to accelerate the introduction of anaerobic digestion; EU fines the UK; the huge new ethanol plant on Teesside has come on stream; the number of new Bovine TB incidents fell in 2009 but herds under restrictions rose; and wool prices have increased

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