The Bucks Herald has again written about country smells after townspeople have complained about a farmer spreading animal manure on his land to increase productivity. The view of the newspaper is that farmers are only doing their jobs when it comes to fertilising their land. Consumers often express that they don’t want farmers to be using chemical fertilisers, and when natural fertilisers are used, such as animal manure, farmers are criticised for it.
The publication goes on to argue that consumers often complain about the price of food, but if farmers failed to fertilise their land to increase production, then food prices would undoubtedly rise. Living in the countryside perhaps then means that enduring the occasional country smell is a fact of life.
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