Farmers are being urged to take simple steps that will help to “Brexit-proof” their businesses.
“Farmers need to understand their businesses – and look at whether there are any opportunities to mitigate the impact of any fall in subsidies.”
Ian Bailey, head of agricultural research, Savills
Farm businesses best-placed for Brexit are likely to be those which were diversified, delegates at a seminar were told.
More than 150 farmers and landowners discussed the impact of Brexit on agriculture during the event at Stoke Rochford Hall, Lincolnshire, on Thursday (10 November).
(Source: Farmers Weekly)