A Somerset cheese maker says his company has been hit hard by a Russian ban on importing dairy products from Europe.
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The A303 has reopened after an accident this morning in Somerset. We understand the accident involved a Ford Transit and a Shogun. One man in his 50s is believed to have life changing injuries. Two horses involved in the incident were sedated.
A man in his 50s is said to be trapped with possibly life changing injuries after a crash on the A303. The road is closed in both directions between A358 (Ilminster) and the A356 (South Petherton) and is likely to remain closed for some time.
We understand that the accident involved a Ford Transit and a Shogun. Two horses involved in the incident were on the loose but have now been captured and sedated.
A cheese maker from Somerset says his company has been hit hard by a Russian ban on European dairy imports. Richard Clotheir from Wyke Farms in Bruton has spent five years trying to break into the lucrative Russian market. only to be told that his products would be banned amid the political crisis.
– Richard Clothier Managing Director, Wyke Farms
It's a huge blow because everyone has put a lot of work in both sides as well, you know, the people in Russia have shown it to customers,have done tastings. It's worrying for the EU dairy markets at a time when, in the new year, the milk quotas will be coming off and it could have a really damaging effect on the dairy market.