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Farmers mustn’t be left behind in the race for more technological and efficient ways of producing food, the NFU has warned. Continued investment in agri-tech was vital to ensure farmers had the tools needed to innovate and grow, said NFU president Meurig Raymond. See also: How agri-tech can help farmers and food producers But the best agricultural knowledge must be made available to all farmers if they were to become more efficient and better-able to manage market volatility, he added. […]
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