LAMMA is the UK’s largest agricultural trade show, where over 850 exhibitors will host the most extensive array of farm machinery, equipment, and services to be found in one location anywhere in the UK.
Farmers cannot control the decisions politicians make on Brexit, but they can control how well-prepared their businesses are for any upcoming change, says Sarah Allison, Carnwath hill farmer and NFU Scotland next generation vice chair.
The inflexibility of current agri-environment schemes has prevented farmers from properly catering for wildlife, says Martin Lines, Cambridgeshire arable farmer. Government must not make the same mistakes post-Brexit.
Farmers’ futures are in the hands of politicians as far as Brexit is concerned, Perthshire arable farmer and chair of NFUS combinable crops committee Ian Sands says. It’s time they got on with the job of getting us the right deal.
Cirencester farmer James Wright, who keeps 300 New Zealand Romney ewes and 6 million Black Soldier flies for animal feed, explains why he has considered selling his flock in the face of Brexit uncertainty.
If the Welsh Government drops its ‘sore loser syndrome’ and puts its energy into working constructively with the UK, Brexit could the best opportunity ever for agriculture, says David Herbert, a South Welsh smallholder producing eggs and poultry.