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28 April 1996

Olde Englande Farming

You may thing that the English countryside is a tableau of cow dung, ruminant urine, and other such byproducts of contemporary British farming practices. If that's what you thought, you'd be right, but, more to the point, you'd be wrong.

There's nothing more relevant to the English landscape than a sheep's placenta. Can a leg of lamb not be soon to follow?

There'll always be an England.

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