Too much too fast and in the wrong order. That is the message to the Government over rapid changes facing farmers and the reason for Friday’s big protest. Federated Farmers President Andrew Hoggard says the Howl of a Protest will see 70 towns and cities around the country taken over by tractors, utes and howling dogs… but he hopes those protesting the rapid change in government rules will stick to that message and not get carried away and bring farming into disrepute. And the Must Hang Cafe in Milton South Otago is having $2.50 coffees and cheese rolls to help the farmers on their way.
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