Farmers have been told to get their businesses in shape and prepare for a ‘hard’ Brexit.
George Chichester, a partner with land agents Strutt & Parker, said better commodity prices meant the next two years looked a “little more rosy”.
After Brexit, however, “subsidy support will be less and trade tariffs may well apply” he warned.
“Even if not, then our markets are at risk of being undermined by cheap imports,” added Mr Chichester.
(Source: Plymouth Herald)