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On 8 Mar 2012 at 9:47pm Made in Lewes wrote:
I correct in hearing there has been an influx of organic hay? My sources tell me DFLs are trying to sell it. What is up with this!?
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On 8 Mar 2012 at 10:48pm Badger wrote:
Yes I've heard this is true I think it's the Hackney farmers trying to make a killing from the real Lewes people When will the DFLs stop there explorative ways. They will be interbreeding and taking over if we don't keep an eye ;
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On 8 Mar 2012 at 11:19pm Henry wrote:
I for one am outraged! This news is really soul destroying, I've been born and bred in Lewes and it turns my stomach to think everything as a community we've achieved is being undone and all are local peoples work and giving is being ripped up by some bloody jumped up Londoners, Honestly, I just hope its all a dream and I wake up one day to find our lovely little town is back to how us REAL locals remember it. Viva Lewes thats what I say.
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On 8 Mar 2012 at 11:28pm Badger wrote:
But the organic hay does taste better then the non-organic stuff, well that's what my rabbits say......
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On 9 Mar 2012 at 8:24am DFL wrote:
Just a minute, I DON'T sell organic hay, I don't grow it for that matter, and as for breeding with the locals....my wife won't let me !! Not that I'd want to mind you. Come to think of it, how could DFLs grow and/or sell hay (organic or otherwise), they live in a concrete jungle !! That's why I moved to this wonderful part of the world.
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On 9 Mar 2012 at 10:21pm Mrs Twine wrote:
I am already very upset by their sale of organic and unpasteurised lentils. Also the Islington bean field products are unfit for human consumption. I understand that the DFLs plan to open a "Tofu-U-Like" in the old Magistrate's Court and this will surely take jobs away from local people.
 
 
On 10 Mar 2012 at 8:37am DFL wrote:
I didn't know the locals sold tofu ? And lentils - yuk !
 
 
On 10 Mar 2012 at 10:17am Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
It gets worse, Mrs Twine, if the rumours are to be believed. I've heard that one of the industrial units down near the sorting office is going to be home to a DFL company making green macrame string from bark and recycled yoghurt.
God help us all if they start making it in other colours too.
 
 
On 10 Mar 2012 at 1:41pm Mrs Twine wrote:
Annette, thank you for the warning; I can see my declining years are to be beset by problems in sourcing materials for my cottage industry. Plus Hubby is building a huge shed, has forbidden me to grow my plankton there, and is amassing an amount of copper piping in various shapes, also large glass jars. I am puzzled to know what it all means. The shed window has been placed too high for me to peep. There has been a puzzling change in Hubby since his bad behaviour at Christmas, and I am sorry to say that he is no longer willing to wash his own socks. Alas, such is life!


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