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Changes in market prices and agricultural policy are predicted to have a major effect on the structure and resilience of Scottish agriculture after Brexit, according to a new independent report. Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) has analysed the potential economic implications of three post-Brexit trade scenarios on four farm types – beef, sheep, dairy and crops. See also: AHDB post-Brexit scenarios analysed As well as looking at the trade implications, the analysts have also considered the effect of removing the Basic Payment Scheme […]
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