National Farmers' Union: 2012 weather 'cost farming £600m'


The Met Office will reveal later just how wet it was last year when its releases its official rainfall stats.

The National Farmers' Union calculated last year's weather cost the industry £600m in lost output.

Ed Bailey, president of NFU Cymru, told Felicity Evans on BBC Radio Wales, that feed for livestock had also been affected.

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