A tractor at work in a field with a EU flag and a Union flag filling the sky in the background© Tim Scrivener/ING Image
British farmers may be gloomier about their economic prospects six months after the Brexit decision, but few would change the way they voted. That is one of the key findings from a survey by Farmers Weekly of more than a thousand farmers. The survey, timed to coincide with the six-month anniversary of the EU referendum, was conducted online from 5-11 December and attracted more than 2,000 responses, of which just over 1,400 were active farmers. See also: Farmers split over Brexit, but […]
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