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Flooding in North Yorkshire

We continue to stay in touch with people on the ground in North Yorkshire following the terrible flooding.

Forage Aid founder and chairman Andrew Ward is heading to the area tomorrow as we prepare to help our stricken farming colleagues.

With that in mind please get in touch if you can donate any forage at www.forageaid.org.uk. The more we know about the easier it will be to get things moving. Please spread the word through the farming community. Farmers helping Farmers!

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