Mark Grimshaw© Tim Scrivener
The Rural Payments Agency (RPA) has rejected calls to make interim payments to English farmers who end up waiting longer than usual for their CAP money this year. Speaking at an NFU council meeting this week, RPA chief executive Mark Grimshaw rejected repeated calls for the agency to consider making part payments to farmers when the window for the new Basic Payment Scheme opens this December. In recent years, most farmers have received their money soon after the payment window […]
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