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Animal Equality UK Sep 12
Replying to @FarmingUK
These are just some of the horrifying conditions we've uncovered on British farms in the past few years. Should we really ?
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Animal Equality UK Sep 12
Earlier this year, we filmed workers beating pigs on a certified farm in Lincolnshire. doesn't want you to know about this. Don't .
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Animal Equality UK Sep 12
Replying to @RedTractorFood
This is what consumers can really expect from farms.
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John Charles-Jones Sep 12
Producing food, crafting the landscape, caring for the environment. It is what farmers do
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National Farmers Union Sep 12
Delighted to see the Shadow Cabinet wearing their wheat pin badges in support of Day.
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Andrew RT Davies Sep 12
Farming is the backbone of British life. We need to improve our levels of food security and the only way we’ll achieve that is by governments of all colours supporting this great industry. Away from politics I love so here’s a few photos for Day!
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Royal Welsh Show Sep 12
Today is Day! lets show our support to British farmers and producers. 🐷🐓🐑🦃🐄🐥
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Stephen Kerr MP Sep 12
I'll always , for Stirling, Scottish, and British farmers who provide so much for us. Our wide and varied Agricultural sector will continue to see support from the , in the today.
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Farmers Guardian Sep 12
The FG team is supporting Day! 😏
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Mrs M🌱 Sep 12
I don't when it comes to animals. BUT I DO back British farming when it comes to plant protein & vegetable crops - & I encourage everyone else to do the same by following and buying their stuff!
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Andrew Gwynne MP Sep 12
Today is Day - here I am with ’s Shadow Cabinet showing our total support for the best of British farming! 🌾🐑🐄
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Douglas Ross MP Sep 12
Pleased to back campaign to back British farming today and highlight the immense role that Scotland’s farmers, crofters and growers play in the food and drink sector
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ALAN PETRIE #GTTO Sep 12
I will never Once more hearts sink throughout the land at the realisation that more of our indigenous badgers are to be slaughtered in their thousands over huge swaths of our country. This is due to farmers failure, greed and scapegoating of badgers
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Animal Equality UK Sep 12
In response to the shocking cruelty we filmed on this farm, the said that "in many ways the facilities and animal wellbeing look exemplary" 🤔
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Reydelmal Ⓥ Sep 12
Want to see the truth behind farming in the U.K.? Watch the Land of Hope and Glory documentary on YouTube
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Mr Eton Oldboys MP Sep 12
Lets hope that the Tories still give you £90 an acre after we leave the EU, or the Tory landowners can kiss goodbye to the new Range Rover every year
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Sheryll Murray Sep 12
Today is day. It is good to see tasty British food being served in today. I am pleased to back British Farming throughout the year.
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Herbiⓥore Sep 12
Replying to @DAFTrucksUK
1. Nobody needs to or benefits from eating animals. 2. Agriculture is a tiny part of the UK economy, we spend more solving the problems it creates. 3. Animal agriculture is responsible for the destruction of the forests and wildlife native to these islands.
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Aldi Stores UK Sep 12
All our 100% British pork is bred outdoors meaning more succulent meats from farms you can trust. Send us a 🐖 if pork is your favourite roast.
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