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A mix of “basic support measures” available to all, supplemented by a menu of voluntary “modular support” options, have been proposed by the Ulster Farmers Union as the basis for a future domestic agricultural policy post Brexit. While insisting that the range of policies contained in its paper are just “ideas for further discussion”, the UFU said now is the time to design a farm support system better suited to UK agriculture. See also: NFU reveals new ‘three-pronged’ approach to farm […]
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