Research by the University of Wageningen - the top-rated university worldwide for agriculture - has flagged up that UK farmers will be £14,750 a year worse off after Brexit. This is caused by reductions in subsidies and loss of income from falls in prices for produce. Specifically, the university predicts a fall in the price … Continue reading NFU says hard Brexit will cost farmers almost £15,000 a year
UK agriculture is worth more than the motor and aerospace industry combined but, while Theresa May is signing sweetheart deals with French-owned Nissan, her government hasn’t even had a meeting with agriculture leaders. And she says Australia and New Zealand are keen to sign a deal with us. No wonder. They are keen to sell … Continue reading British farmers forgotten as Kiwis eye Brexit bonanza!