An arable grower who has yet to receive her Basic Payment eight months after a routine farm inspection says farmers who are randomly selected for scrutiny are being unfairly penalised. Sally Thomas, who grows crops on 161ha near Manorbier in Pembrokeshire, has consistently received her subsidy in the first week of December – until now. Last July her farm was chosen for a Welsh government routine crop diversification and ecological focus area inspection. The inspector was due to return to the […]
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