I'm beginning to suspect s/he might be pulling our chain about suing the
No-one with any sense would sue over lost spuds even if the spuds had been
special ones. It'd be a case of cutting off ones nose to spite one's face.
The cost of not winning would be horrendous and even if one did win then the
manure supply would either dry up immediately or become exhorbitant. People
in the UK already seem to have enough trouble getting manure in bulk. Can
you imagine the price it'd have to be to cover the increased risk of being
On 2/10/08 07:46, in article
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I suppose it depends on how litigious one is! I can't imagine suing a
farmer over the loss of one year's allotment crops, given the amount of
money spent on legal fees will be enormous and there's always the risk of
losing. Next time I bump into one of our local farmers I must check their
manure is insured. ;-))
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