Concluding the reply was this rather odd remark that while article polls were “good for engagement” they were not regarded as a “scientific barometer as evidence of how our audience feels about any particular topic.”That's from Kipper Central, who wondered why 'Farmer's Weekly' didn't publish the results of a reader poll about non-stun slaughter. And so enquired about it.
But we all know why, don't we?
On the 27th September, 7,829 votes had been cast and 79% of those voted were against the practice.If 'Farmer's Weekly' has fallen, what hope is there?
H/T: ProActivePatriots via Twitter
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