Wednesday, 29 January 2020 12:42

Easily bought

Written by  The Hound

This old mutt was not surprised to see a number of supposed ag industry ‘thought leaders’ (a pompous title if there was ever one) fully supportive of the embarrassing, woke joke that is the Primary Sector Council’s recently released  ‘vision’ for the sector.

However, a mate of the Hound’s reports that most of these hangers-on – who were all cooing with faint praise after the PSC’s pricey, lightweight and disappointing strategy was launched at Lincoln late last year – couldn’t get themselves to the buffet tables quick enough to scoff all the flash, free food on offer at the launch.

Your canine crusader’s mate then pointed out how these bootlickers (who are probably now on the lookout for cosy government and industry appointments) shared their delight about the free kai on their various social media accounts.

Talk about having their noses in the trough!



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