dead stock


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dead stock

raw materials, work in progress or finished goods which have not been used for a considerable time. Businesses need to employ careful STOCK CONTROLS, monitoring the usage rate of STOCK items in order to avoid tying up WORKING CAPITAL in high levels of redundant stock.
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Any dead stock is currently trapped on farm, and we must also consider how we can allow finished animals to go to a market."
Delivery is expected this week of the Tamar low-level burner, which the group bought because they were fed up with dead stock collection difficulties.
We at NFU Cymru are receiving a considerable number of complaints with regard to delays in the collection of fallen animals, with the delay regularly being of the order of 5-7 days across Wales despite the fact that dead stock are supposed to be collected within 48 hours.
I spent most of yesterday and today gathering up the dead stock.
Collectors are meant to remove dead stock within 48 hours.
'The delay is regularly of the order of five to seven days across Wales despite the fact that dead stock are supposed to be collected within 48 hours,' said Mr Hughes.
The NFU is calling for a fair price structure for collecting and disposing of dead stock under the National Fallen Stock Scheme, ahead of the upcoming tendering deadline for collectors.
In one of the worst cases, a Lloen farmer has been forced to wait nearly three weeks for dead stock to be collected.
Meanwhile, the Beaufort Hunt said yesterday it won't collect dead stock to feed hounds in protest at the Government.
MORRIS Marshall & Poole conducted a complete dispersal sale of live and dead stock on behalf of Mr Gib Morgan at Cwmgraig, Dolfor, on Thursday August 26.
However, if the let property is clearly held as a partnership asset, ie part of the business, so long as the investment element constitutes less than the trading element in the business including live and dead stock, it is possible to treat the house as part of the normal business assets.
He added: ``One solution which I've cleared with Trading Standards is for farmers to bring their dead stock here rather than waiting for collection, providing they have drip-proof wagons.