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Payment deferred

30 October 1998

Payment deferred

A NEW buy now, pay later scheme to fund machinery purchases on larger farms has been launched by NFU Mutual Finance.

Farmers opening a Vision account can draw funds up to an agreed credit limit, using an account chequebook to pay suppliers direct. This, says director Scott Campbell, restores farmers cash bargaining power.

Purchases can then be transferred to fixed term hire purchase. Repayment periods are available for up to 10 years. Interest is likely to be 0.25-0.5% cheaper than the current market, says Mr Campbell. Cost of borrowing on the cheque account is 1.99% over bank base.n

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Payment deferred

22 September 1995

Payment deferred

DEFERRED payment schemes for precision seeders and bale feeders are being offered by Stanhay Webb and William Cook Engineers.

Stanhay drill buyers can cover up to 65% of the purchase price with two payments – one three months after purchase, the other after 15 months – or at three months with the remainder over nine months.

Cooks is offering an interest-free deferred payment (to Jan 20) on its trailed, tractor-mounted and forklift silage and straw bale unrollers.

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