Tractor pulling plough© Tim Scrivener
Collaborating with a neighbour to share the two biggest overheads, labour and machinery, could be one way to head off the increased cost pressures experienced since the Brexit vote. The weaker sterling has already pushed up many input prices, while uncertainty about Brexit means margins could get tighter still.  See also: 5 monitor farmers share their cost-saving tips According to Bradley Hurn, agri-business consultant at Brown & Co, the only reason commodity prices in the UK are above last year is […]