HC Deb 26 November 1942 vol 385 c902W
Mr. Granville

asked the Minister of Agriculture whether he will consider allowing sufficient feeding-stuffs to Mr. Wooley, of Green Farm Cottage, Benhall, Saxmundham, to enable him to continue to maintain enough livestock to provide a living, in view of the fact that he is crippled in the legs as the result of wounds from the last war and his health will not allow him to do other work?

Mr. Hudson

In view of the serious feeding-stuffs position I regret that it is not possible to allow extra rations for livestock on the grounds of hardship to the owner.