1 in 5 Farms do not meet SEPA Standards

Walleye

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Any standards which include the ratings "poor", "very poor" and "at risk" are not worth the ink they are penned with. Pathetic.

Anything less than "good" should simply be "unsatisfactory" and if they don't implement corrective action plans and hit "good" the next year, they should have their license revoked. It's that simple.
 

Loxie

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Any standards which include the ratings "poor", "very poor" and "at risk" are not worth the ink they are penned with. Pathetic.

Anything less than "good" should simply be "unsatisfactory" and if they don't implement corrective action plans and hit "good" the next year, they should have their license revoked. It's that simple.

It does seem a bit like grading poo when really it's all sh*t!! I totally agree it really should be binary: pass or fail.
 

scotsmac1

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Nothing will be done about it, while the current lot are in Holyrood.
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Plenty will be done.

More Farms, and more Farms,
And
More Lies. !!!!

And don't think it this Government, they all more less the same. £ comes first, health a long 2nd.
 
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