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Media kit 2014-2015

 
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Best of luck Barry-this seems like a sound project to me. As the red meat retail prices climb
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Live export markets do not necessarily supply into the same markets as processed meat from
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who cares what NFF says anyway its an uncomplicated unrepresentative gang.
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