A more joined-up approach to land use needs to be adopted if UK food security is to be protected, according to a leading agricultural finance expert.
How trees can benefit farm businesses will be the focus of the third joint NFU/Lovewell Blake Farmers’ Evening of 2023, which takes place next month.
SFI flexibility could help de-risk 2024 after challenging harvest, says leading agricultural finance expert
The flexibility offered by the Sustainable Farming Initiative could enable farmers to ‘de-risk’ their operations in 2024, following a challenging harvest this year, according to a leading agricultural finance expert.
HMRC needs to provide clarity about the tax situation surrounding SFI payments, says Mat Waters.
Latest Lovewell Blake/NFU farmers’ evening hears of increasing importance of evidencing natural capital
Farmers face an increasing imperative to be able to measure and evidence their natural capital.
Natural capital from a farmer’s perspective is the focus of the second joint NFU/Lovewell Blake Farmers’ Evening of 2023, which takes place later this month.
Tackling rural crime a key plank in building local economy, says Suffolk Police & Crime Commissioner
Tackling rural crime is central to attracting investment in agriculture and food and drink production – and farmers and law enforcement agencies need to work together to prevent criminality and drive down offending levels.