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country folks feeling the pinch in england

Posted: November 25 2010

a BBC radio broadcast

Farming Today
Farming Today finds out why it costs more to live in the countryside than the city. With rising fuel prices and restricted access to services such as healthcare, those on the poverty-line in rural areas are feeling the pinch. Anna Hill meets a parsnip farmer gearing up for the Christmas period, his busiest time of year and Sarah Swadling visits a cattle market specifically for farmers whose herds are infected with TB.
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