Royal endorsement for grass-fed red meat

  Herald Scotland 

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EFFORTS to highlight the Scottish livestock sector’s green credentials were boosted this week when HRH The Princess Royal paid a visit to a Lanarkshire farm butchery business that relies almost entirely on grass to feed its animals.
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