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Behind the Hedge Where Our Food Comes From: An Illustrated Guide to Farming

Field / Identification Guide
By: Nicola De Pulford(Author), John Hitchins(Author)
255 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Sigma Press
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This beautifully illustrated easy-to-follow guide shows the different ways our food is produced and how this shapes the nature of th British countryside. It will help you recognise the crops, farm animals and wildlife on the other side of the hedge. A must-have handbook for anyone walking or driving through the countryside.

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Biography

Nicola de Pulford is a farmer, a photographer and best-selling writer. Brought up on a mixed farm in Wiltshire, she ran the farm with her sister from the age of 17. She now runs a smallholding in Devon. John Hitchins has been a newspaper and television journalist, a greengrocer, and, for a brief period, worked on a farm in India. He is now a university lecturer in Devon.

Field / Identification Guide
By: Nicola De Pulford(Author), John Hitchins(Author)
255 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Sigma Press
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