Big Chickens Lay More Eggs

Big Chickens Lay More Eggs

Big Chickens Lay More Eggs by Jonathon Burton If anyone reading this has ever kept chickens (like me), they will know that the biggest birds that are in top condition will lay the biggest and most eggs. The smaller younger birds will still lay eggs, but not as

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Bass – Handle With Care

Bass - Handle With Care

Bass – Handle With Care by Jamie Strike B.A.S.S. fully supports both catching for the table and catch and release sea angling. But in all cases, members are asked to treat fish with respect. Current bass fishing regulations include months that are “no-take” for sea anglers. So,

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Harmonisation of Northern Ireland Bass Legislation

In 2010 new legislation was proposed in Northern Ireland to adopt the same protection measures for bass stocks as exist in the Republic of Ireland. This legislation is still in the pipe line. A loophole has arisen in the proposed legislation which effects the crucial ‘Prohibition of

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EU fishing quotas defy scientific advice . . .

Campaigners say agreement after two days of talks in Brussels allows for more fish to be caught than is sustainable. Extract from The Guardian Fishing fleets will be allowed to extract more fish from European waters than scientists advise is safe next year, after two days and nights

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