HELPING BRITISH FARMERS
Previously: Help Emma The Dairy Farmer From Clarkson’s Farm 2
Emma and I have been overwhelmed by the amount of support shown and Emma will be investing some of the funds into badger-proofing one of the sheds to prevent nose-to-nose contact between badgers and the dairy herd.
As viewers of Clarkson's Farm will know, many aspects of British farming are demonstrated across the series and Emma would like to reflect this sentiment by donating the remainder of the contributions to the RABI. I think this is a fantastic idea and a fabulous opportunity to show ALL farmers how much we support them. To find out more about this amazing charity please visit www.rabi.org.uk
The charity is there to help everyone in farming with the practical, emotional and
With their 2020 survey identifying that almost half of the farming community are living with anxiety as a result of these pressures, the charity now also offers a freephone 24/7 helpline (08001884444) Click and Chat ((https://explore.kooth.com/rabi/) mental health support and access to in-person mental health counselling to farming people across England and Wales.
This is a cause that affects all of us regardless of what eating habits you may follow so please donate, share or just offer some kind words and let’s show our farmer how much we care and thank them for feeding us. Xxx
Hi, my name is Beccie and having watched the program Clarkson’s Farm Season Two, I was appalled by the current situation facing British farmers. How can our farmers be working all hours for little or no pay in one of the richest countries in the world? I was moved by the plight of Emma a dairy farmer whose cattle were struck down by tuberculosis.
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