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Relying solely upon agri-environment schemes for post-Brexit agricultural policy will be insufficient to sustain a profitable farming sector and the environmental management it supports, the Tenant Farmers Association has warned. According to TFA chief executive George Dunn, limiting public money to support environmental management, while relying on the market to deliver a return for the other farming outputs, is “too simplistic”. “Currently, the marketplace does not deliver sustainable prices to enable farm businesses to be profitable over the long term,” […]
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