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Saturday, 6 September 2008

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High speed deliveries of farm labour are planned.

Scientists working to end the global food crisis have made a breakthrough which will help farmers to be more efficient.

"We have managed to breed a whole new range of farm workers who will work all the hours for little or no pay." said Professor Hugh Jarse.

"By crossing a sick bird of prey with spores found on Mars we have managed to create what we call an 'Ill-Eagle-Alien'. They will have all the abilities of a human being with none of the rights."

Farmers have placed orders worth half a million pounds and deliveries are due to begin in one month from the holding warehouse near Calais, France.

"We have a fleet of special trucks that can hold up to 800 workers using the Tetris stacking system that will speed our cargo to where it is needed." continued Prof Jarse.

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