Milking clusters in dairy parlour© John Eveson/FLPA/imageBROKER/Rex/Shutterstock
Farmgate prices may have to drop significantly to remain competitive if the UK fails to negotiate a trade deal with the EU before it leaves. Without a trade agreement, UK agricultural products will be subject to the hefty import tariffs the EU slaps on goods coming from outside the single market. It will also face expensive non-tariff barriers that add to costs, such as import licences. The warning comes from farm business consultant Andersons following an analysis of possible Brexit […]
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