Talking with farmers in Hertfordshire and the surrounding counties and at Cereals last week, their overriding opinion was to vote out. The votes have been counted and wishes are unfolding. It was predicted that the result would be close, however maybe by a more significant majority than expected, the UK has made its decision and […]Continue Reading →
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The farming community are used to coping with factors that are out of their control; take the weather for example – too wet, too dry, too hot or too cold – it’s never quite right! Taking uncertainty in your stride is a day to day occurrence for resilient folk, so the outcome of the EU […]Continue Reading →