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knacker

operator of a knackery.
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My family and I run a small, but busy, knackers yard in Stanstead Abbotts, Herts, and supply many top trainers with meat.
Also what effect would it have on knacker yards that only serve greyhound trainers?
I've never had a dog die from knacker meat, nor have the vast majority of trainers," he stated.
The intention is to begin visiting tracks next week and the main point we'll make is that if knacker meat is fed at least 36 hours before a dog races or trials then the chances of a food chain-related positive sample coming back are very unlikely.
The subject of feeding knacker meat was also discussed, with Haynes reporting that trainers feel they have no option but to continue feeding such meat despite numerous positive samples being attributed to it.
In the short term the company will continue with traditional knacker van collections.
He expressed surprise at the exemption, which he claimed was an attempt to keep the knacker meat industry alive, and that the use of knacker meat continued to have real potential to cause injury or death to greyhounds.
There's like - you know the way this [audience] is full of knackers and tramps here.
Entertainment: Irish rock band the Knackers perform on the patio from 5 to 10 p.
Entertainment: The Knackers, an Irish rock band, plays on the outside patio (weather permitting).
is a popular brand of biscuit in NORWAY, as are Nora Knackers crackers.