With ever-increasing input prices, fixed costs are coming under increased scrutiny on many arable units. One way to make a significant impact on reducing costs is to collaborate with neighbours. Here, two cereal growers share their experiences.  Antony Pearce, Buckinghamshire Andrew Read, Bury St Edmunds ‘Total labour and machinery costs fell from £240/ha to £190/ha’ Antony PearceBuckinghamshire Joining forces with a family farm in the Cotswolds has allowed one Buckinghamshire grower to slash both costs and management time. What started with a shared […]