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Bayer - Sponsored Series

With Brexit looming, the next few years present considerable challenges for the UK’s arable farmers. In this series we focus on four top growers to see how they are rising to meet those challenges. We want to uncover the small improvements which can really help to reduce the cost of production.

Who are the growers

Jimmy Gooderham, Chestnut Tree Farm, Kenninghall, Norfolk

Mark Wood, farm manager at JP Clay, Fawley Court, Fawley, Herefordshire.

Oliver Savage, farm manager at RS Cockerill Farms, Dunnington, York

Tom Bradshaw, Fletchers Farm, Fordham, Colchester, Essex

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A word from Bayer:

IN uncertain times, there is perhaps one certainty: post-Brexit most growers will eventually receive less financial support from government, and what remains will increasingly likely to be delivered for environmental goods.

Over the past 10 years, two-thirds of the gross margin from UK cereal production has been derived from support payments. To remain viable, many farm businesses are going to have to look again at their costs of production, and aim to reduce them either by increasing marketable yields or by reducing costs, or a combination of both.

For many there is unlikely to be a quick fix, rather a number of small incremental gains made from doing the little things just that bit better.

At Bayer, we have products, advice and services that can play a role in making those small changes for the better, and that’s why we are delighted to sponsor this series of articles focusing on how top growers already make the difference to their cost of production.

Contact details for enquiries

Neal Sanders - 01223 226500

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