Hedges being cut© Tim Scrivener
Farm minster George Eustice has ruled out any reversal of the hedgecutting ban in August, insisting there will be no changes at least until after Brexit. The extension of the hedgecutting ban by one month has been deeply unpopular with farm contractors. Typically, contractors would follow combines round in August and trim hedges immediately after harvest. See also: Hedgecutting ban – Leadsom asked to change dates But the August ban was introduced in England last year as part of EU […]
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