Arable farming landscape©Tim Scrivener
Arable farmers need to lock down on spending to deal with the 18-month cash challenge faced by many, says consultant Brown & Co. “The cash position is set to tighten considerably, especially on farms with rent to pay,” said Philip Dunn, head of agri-business consultancy. The position is illustrated by the company’s Browns Farm model, a progressive eastern counties unit growing combinable crops and sugar beet on 386ha of arable land, 160ha of which is rented. BPS receipt is budgeted […]