A two euro coin displaying the Euro symbol© REX/Shutterstock
Farmers are being urged to use the boost in incomes caused by weaker sterling to prepare their businesses for life after Brexit. Commodity prices have strengthened following the drop in the value of sterling since the UK voted to leave the EU in June. Basic payments due this winter will also be higher than expected due to the recent weakening of the pound. Peter Kendall, chairman of the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board, said growers and livestock producers should use the […]
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