A highly successful pink silage bale campaign in aid of breast cancer research is being re-launched for 2017.

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David Neville, Managing Director of Animal Nutrition for Volac (left); Jackie Bradley, Volac Product Manager (second from right); and Jim Davidson, Managing Director of Trioplast (right), hand over a cheque to Lorna Thomas of Breast Cancer Now (second from left) from last year’s highly successful pink silage bale campaign

A farming industry campaign that has seen hundreds of bright pink silage bales proudly displayed on farms around the country in aid of breast cancer research is being re-launched for 2017 after raising more than double the amount in 2016 that it raised the previous year.

The campaign, which sees a donation made to the charity Breast Cancer Now from sales of each roll of a special pink version of the film used by farmers to wrap the bales, raised over £26,000 in 2016. This compared with over £10,000 raised from a similar campaign in 2015.

“This latest fantastic result highlights the generosity of the farming community and those connected with it. We can’t wait to see what can be achieved in 2017.” said Jackie Bradley, Product Manager for…

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