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Ross FARMERS' COMPLAINT.—At a largely- attended meeting of the Ross Branch of the National Farmers' Union on Friday, over which Mr J G Protheroe, of Rudge, presided, i important agricultural questions were discussed, including the present tlwine fever regulations. Mr J P Griffiths, the organising secretary for South Herefordshire, said the present swine fever regulations made it extremely difficult for farmers residing on the borders of Gloucester- shire, Herefordshire, and Worcestershire to remove pigs from one county to another. No farmer could purchase pigs and take them into Gloucestershire unless for immediate slaughter, and this they desired to remedy. Mr A. G. Evans proposed that the Union approach the Board of Agriculture and the County Council urging that they should be allowed to remove swine from one market to another, and that Form 0" would be quite sufficient for the purpose. Mr Percy Preece seconded the reso- lution, which was carried unanimously.

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