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Grain co-op Openfield reports drop in profit

Grain marketing and arable inputs co-operative Openfield Group has reported pre-tax profits of £358,000 for the year to 30 June 2020, down on the year-earlier figure of £460,000.  The farmer-owned…

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Lamb prices likely to stay high amid tight supply

Tight supply, a tariff-free EU deal and limited imports mean lamb prices should stay high. However, there are warnings of possible volatility. Many producers sold lambs in the run-up to…

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Defra figures see sharp fall in income for some farm sectors

Arable farms and lowland livestock units saw incomes fall sharply during 2019-20, according to the latest figures released by Defra. The figures are based on 2019-20 up to 28 February…

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Organic sector avoids costly Brexit bureaucracy

The organic farming sector has avoided costly Brexit red tape after Brussels agreed to recognise UK standards until 2023. Ahead of the Brexit deal, Europe had agreed only to approve…

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