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Ulster beef farmers in fresh exports drive

26 December 2005

Almost ten years after being banned from Europe because of BSE fears, Northern Ireland beef farmers hope to be selling into lucrative overseas markets again soon. Today Ulster Farmers Union president Campbell Tweed said: "I sincerely hope next year will see the ban on exports of beef and live animals from Northern Ireland lifted. Source: Belfast Telegraph


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