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Fab Feb Figures?


Are the figures for NI production in February correct?

A rise of 21 million litres , from 143 to 164 million litres (+14.7%).

Even knocking a generous 6 million litres off for the extra day (164 divided by 29 is 5.6 odds) ,this means production is up by over 10% on last year , leap yr adjusted.

How did that happen then?
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Re: Fab Feb Figures?


I'd put it down to the warm, dry climate and the "boys" ground over there. emoticon emoticon
The UK as a whole was down quite a lot on Feb 2007, even with the extra day.

There's a lot of cows getting culled or sold again now. Maybe the ploughs will be busy this Spring?

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