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Whether or not you agree with the concept of climate change - Don McCabe thinks the government is going to act on it - and the resulting policy will either help or hinder farmers.
Do you think he is right??

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Apparently no one is warming to the discussion . . .

I understand Don's proactive stance but have to wonder how it will all shake out for farmers since there already seems to be a lot of corruption in this nefarious scheme known as carbon trading. You cannot make a silk purse out of a sow's ear.
mother nature will do it's own things.
i am reading here a story about a small nature disaster that happened over 100 years ago,now the same thing happened about five years ago when horses had to be recsuded from the water here at the most northern area of friesland.
This not direct relared to the CO2 etc. but there is a connection.
The farming here and in north america inl. Canada has changed a lot in the last twenty five years in favour of the goals we are setting for the environment.
I suggest keep the .............out of it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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