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Agricultural co-operation in Scotland and Wales

Horace Plunkett Foundation.

Agricultural co-operation in Scotland and Wales

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Published by G. Routledge in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agriculture, Cooperative -- Scotland.,
  • Agriculture, Cooperative -- Wales.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementa survey by the Horace Plunkett Foundation, with a foreword by the Rt. Hon. Sir John Gilmour.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 246 p. ;
    Number of Pages246
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19475091M
    LC Control Number33000142

    These Regulations require, inter alia, that an official census be kept of the fish populations on farms which are suspected of being infected, and set out various control measures to be taken when the presence of a disease is suspected or confirmed. Require the notification of certain diseases. Mr Muir keeps almost the only herd of shorthorn cattle, if not the only pedigree herd in the county. This system of control is at a national level and applies to agricultural and non-agricultural use of pesticides. Except by folding the cattle, the "out-held" was seldom if ever dunged, and it was exhausted by repeated crops of oats, after which it produced little or no grass for a year or two, and lay in lea until nature to some extent restored it.

    In our paper we say that there are two forms of frameworks that you could choose between. Through the kindness of Mr Buchan, Secretary of the Scottish Meteorological Society, we are enabled to give some very interesting figures showing in inches the pressure, temperature, and rainfall registered by careful observers at various places in the county during the past twenty-five years. About Cheviot sheep are kept on the holding, while a few cross calves are bred and sent down to Fairnalee, in the parish of Galashiels—occupied by Mr James Greive, junior—to be fed off as two-year olds. His first prose work, Waverley inis often called the first historical novel. Turnips yield fairly well, but are often irregular and depreciated by "finger-and-toe. The people at Scottish Land and Estates were a little more circumspect.

    Google Scholar [76] J. Probably no other town in Scotland has increased so rapidly in size as Galashiels. In determining an application, the planning authority can grant permission unconditionally, grant permission subject to conditions or refuse permission. This system of control is at a national level and applies to agricultural and non-agricultural use of pesticides.


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A good deal of draining has been done sinceand portions of the estate liberally limed, the lime being partly ploughed in and applied partly as top-dressing. Morgan, Dissertations on British Agrarian History Its latest, and probably most adorning feature, is a new parish church surmounted by a tower, which for sculptural design and beauty is not surpassed by almost any other in the country.

Google Scholar [46] J. These include provisions relating to the health control responsibilities of the Ministers and food authorities, enforcement responsibilities and certification of shellfish and fishery products as failing to comply with food safety requirements. Google Scholar [68] S.

Another system was— 1 turnips and potatoes dunged, 2 barley with grass seeds, 3 hay, 4 hay, 5 oats, 6 pease, 7 oats following turnips. During the first three decades of the present century creditable progress was made in the improvement of live stock, but the advancement made in other departments of the farm was less marked.

Google Scholar [50] J. It is largely cultivated in the lower district, however, while almost every valley and glen is more or less populous. Horses were much lighter than they are now. The entire cost of a Sunday roast could spiral with a It is this fact, together with the extreme elevation of the higher districts, that renders them less suitable for cultivation than the lower parts, and which intensifies the severity of the winter season.

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Few farms are better supplied with buildings than Rink. Sometimes a few Highland cattle are wintered on the farm and fed off on grass during the summer.

The present tenant entered the farm inafter which he reclaimed about acres. Generally, if there is reasonable ground for suspecting that any inland or marine waters are or may, become infected with a notifiable disease the Scottish Ministers may designate those waters in order to prevent the spread of disease.

The purpose of the legislative proposals outlined in this paper is to provide more explicit transposition of the Directives by amending the Regulations to provide greater clarity and legal certainty and better ensure that the objectives of the Directives are met. Land for potatoes, of which only 5 or 6 acres are grown, is all dunged on the stubble, artificial manure being added before planting begins.

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Sincevast improvements have been carried out in the direction of draining and re-draining old land and squaring up fields. Its tributaries are numerous ; it receives in Selkirkshire seven streams on the right and three on the left.

The flock comprises half-breds, cross sheep, Cheviots, and blackfaced. The act has been implemented by a multitude of subsidiary regulations. They include the power to issue works licenses for works in their coastal areas.

Energy Performance of Buildings Directive If the UK government then pressed ahead with the legislation regardless, effectively imposing it on an unwilling Scottish Parliament, it would be constitutional crisis. EU legislation is composed, inter alia, of Regulations, which are directly applicable and binding in all EU member states without the need for any national implementing legislation, and Directives, which bind Member States as to the objectives to be achieved within a certain time-limit.

With few exceptions, the principal farm implements consisted of a wooden plough, timber harrows, and sledges with shafts for the hill sides. In consequence of its steepness, some of the land on the farm is difficult to cart, and the liming of such land was no easy task.

In Maythe Labour government of Tony Blair was elected with a promise of creating devolved institutions in Scotland. Ewes of this breed sold at from 11s. That might give us time to think about these things.The Regulations have been amended by the Medicated Feeding stuffs (Amendment) (England, Scotland and Wales) Regulations ().

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