I’m not in the best of moods at the moment. All those lovely green and even June crops have morphed into scrappy, drought-stressed fields, with weeds poking through despite the enormous agrochemical bills. And then the taxman dropped me a line or two suggesting that I owed him quite a bit more than I budgeted for. Charlie Flindt is a tenant of the National Trust, farming 380ha at Hinton Ampner, in Hampshire True, my budget was done in the time-honoured […]
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