Demand for farmland in Great Britain has further decreased, having now been declining for the last 18 months, according to the latest figures.
Income earned by farmers and contractors from contract farming agreements remains under pressure, confirm provisional results for harvest 2016.
Two local farmers attended last month’s Oxford Farming Conference courtesy of the Norfolk Scholar programme, which is run by the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association in association with property consultants Bidwells.
Farmland market continues to show extreme variability – but price is only part of the story, says Michael Fiddes.
Rural leaders are urging local councils to continue a pre-Christmas crackdown against fly-tipping – urging them to target criminals who illegally dump rubbish in the countryside.
Rural property markets are continuing to function as normal, despite the shock of the Brexit vote, says the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers.
Farmers and landowners considering diversifying their businesses in order to create an extra income stream are being invited to a special CLA event about rural development.
Farmers and rural business owners must focus on developing better leadership skills to thrive in the post-Brexit era, say experts.
A commercially diverse holding of about 189 hectares (467 acres) is being offered for sale by Savills in Cambridgeshire.
Fundamentals for the farmland market remain largely unchanged – despite the referendum vote in favour of Brexit, believes Jonathan Armitage partner at land agents Bidwells.