The Bank of England has raised interest rates from 0.25% to 0.50% which has pushed up borrowing and added financial pressure on farming businesses.
Harvest time is over and farmers are now busy preparing the ground and sowing next year’s crops. The weather has not been kind to farmers this year with a dry […]
SATURDAY 22nd JULY 2017 10.30am OLD TIMBER YARD, OAKWOOD ROAD, DITTON PRIORS BRIDGNORTH, SHROPSHIRE, WV16 6TD TO INCLUDE: Tractors, Vehicles, Farm Machinery, Livestock Equipment, Building Materials, Architectural Salvage, Garden Machinery, […]
Says Jack Watts, AHDB’s ( Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board), Lead Analyst about Farm Businesses, analysts have encouraged farmers to “find out if their business is braced for Brexit”. Mr Watts […]
In the pre Basic Payment Scheme havoc, Madeleys Chartered Surveyors were contacted by Frank Waterworth of the Ditton Priors Community Land Trust (CLT). The trust owns and manages on behalf […]
Children from a Shropshire school heard about where their roast dinner comes from – thanks to a scheme from an innovative county farmer. Derek Harper of J.B.Harper & Son asked […]
The new phase of Rural Development Programme funding has had quite an impact on many Shropshire farmers – but for some, not in the way they had hoped. The Countryside […]