You could point out the thousands of pigeons, rats, mice, bugs, grubs and caterpillars that have to be killed to produce their vegetables.
Only an idiot would start throwing things at them and give them the video upload they are looking for.
The UCN is a lovely body and it was developed by Ransoms at Ipswich for our type of soils. The downside is that it leaves a very narrow furrow bottom to suit the tyres they were using back then. Get your dad a 165 and a three furrow reversible he should be able to do 400 acres with that, just...
Visually it is hard to tell if there is any inaccuracy in an application.
In a cereal crop there will have to be an error of at least 20% before you can see it. In grass the error would be massive before it was visible.
Where about are you based?
As earlier in the thread try Church's http://www.churchofbures.co.uk/products/greening-efas
I have no connection with the company other than they are local to us, we have grown seed for them and they are a good company to deal with.:D(y)
Whilst I agree with you in principle the devil is in the detail. If you are only going to tax US beef produced with hormones then the import tax will have to be set at the level of the individual producer. The point is that it is easy to say you want taxes to protect the producers but to do it...