Changes to the tax treatment of farm reservoirs, for example, are crucial at a time when farmers need to prepare for scarcer water resources in some parts of the country, while a reversal of the decision to reduce the Annual Investment Allowance on plant and machinery to pounds 25k would encourage farmers to invest in the sort of costly machinery needed on modern, productive farms," said Mr Kendall.
What does FR stand for?
FR stands for Farm Reservoir
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Mr Kendall told Mrs Spelman: "In terms of policy signals that match your and Defra's call, what's coming out from the Treasury on farm reservoirs is woeful.
5 million) to continue projects being carried out by the Chinese Construction teams to include the Island Wide Street Lighting Project, the Grays Farm Reservoir, the Barbuda Social Centre and the Grays Green Gutter Renovation and any additional projects.
Many people died in cars trying to flee the inferno and others were killed huddled in their homes, yet some escaped by taking cover in swimming pools or farm reservoirs or hiding in their cellar.
If you know it is always going to be dry then you can take action and spend lots of money doing something about it, for example installing shared farm reservoirs.
Continue generally to the left of the field hedge and in about three-quarters of a mile you cross a footbridge and soon bear right and then left to the left of a farm reservoir.
This water, a farm reservoir built for irrigation, had been virtually unfished for 20 years since the catfish had been introduced.
Many people died in cars trying to flee the inferno and others were killed huddled in their homes, but some escaped by taking cover in swimming pools or farm reservoirs or hiding in their cellar.