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Flour donated to Ukrainain bakery

DONATION: Cumbrian agricultural businesses work together to help Ukrainians THE generous donation of 20 tonnes of flour has been sent to Uzhhorod in Western Ukraine and is enough to make 100,000 loaves of bread - thanks to Cumbrian agricultural businesses and local farmers. Uzhhorod is a city in western Ukraine

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The Cumberland News – Flour donated to Ukrainian bakery to make bread thanks to generosity of Cumbrian agricultural businesses and local NFU farmers

THE generous donation of twenty tonnes of flour has been sent to Uzhhorod in Western Ukraine and is enough to make 100,000 loaves of bread - thanks to Cumbrian agricultural businesses and local farmers. The city has a bakery run by the church, but because of the war, has no

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British Farmers helping Ukrainian Orphanage

On March 28th, 2022 humanitarian aid prepared by the British farmers started its trip from the UK to Poland. Porridge Muesli Dried products (nuts, etc.) Pasta / noodles Cookies Baby food / milk Flour Diapers On Wednesday, March 30th, 2022 vans from the UK arrived to Lublin, where the aid

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War in Ukraine halts pig farming expansion plans – PigProgress

Huizinga’s farm staff slaughter some pigs for food for the staff, villagers and the Ukrainian army. Photos: Kees Huizinga The war in Ukraine is being felt on a pig farm level as well. Farmer Kees Huizinga, of Dutch origin but having built up a sow farm as well as a

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Farmers donate Land Rover in 1,000-mile aid run to Ukraine – Farmers Weekly

A Welsh farmer is preparing a 1,000-mile drive to Ukraine to deliver humanitarian aid and a vehicle to people caught up in the conflict with Russia. Award-winning sheep and poultry producer Llŷr Jones is part of NFU Cymru’s Next Generation Group and farms near Corwen in Denbighshire. He will make

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War in Ukraine puts food security into stark focus once again – Farmers Guardian

Just weeks ago, there was almost unanimous agreement that these things had been consigned to the history books and were a relic of the early 20th century. Abi Kay Abi took up the post of chief reporter at Farmers Guardian after a stint working for the NFU as part of