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Leaving the EU brings challenges, opportunities and unanswered questions for farming. Let Farmers Guardian help you navigate these unchartered waters with this dedicated Brexit hub, where you can find exclusive analysis from your farming colleagues, industry leaders, academics and politicians, as well as market updates, business tips and much more.
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A view from the corridors of power

Farmers’ voices must be heard if Scotland is to become a ‘Good Food Nation’

Farmers’ voices must be heard if Scotland is to become a ‘Good Food Nation’

Use show season as an opportunity to lobby politicians on Brexit

Use show season as an opportunity to lobby politicians on Brexit

Defra needs to encourage agroforestry to boost farmers’ incomes post-Brexit

Defra needs to encourage agroforestry to boost farmers’ incomes post-Brexit

With Brexit on the way, Defra must make sure the RPA is ready for the challenges ahead

With Brexit on the way, Defra must make sure the RPA is ready for the challenges ahead

Farmers Share Their Views on Brexit

Future agri-environment schemes must be flexible to properly protect nature

Future agri-environment schemes must be flexible to properly protect nature

Farming staying largely the same would be the worst possible Brexit outcome

Farming staying largely the same would be the worst possible Brexit outcome

Analysis from industry leaders and top academics

Defra is kidding itself if it thinks higher welfare standards will open up new markets

Defra is kidding itself if it thinks higher welfare standards will open up new markets

Wales needs a single brand to promote food products on the world stage

Wales needs a single brand to promote food products on the world stage

Take Brexit lessons from the dinosaurs – survival depends on an ability to change

Take Brexit lessons from the dinosaurs – survival depends on an ability to change

Exclusive interviews

George Eustice: Defra's consultation did not ignore food production

George Eustice: Defra's consultation did not ignore food production

‘I am not entirely removed from farming’ – Exclusive interview with Ben Goldsmith

‘I am not entirely removed from farming’ – Exclusive interview with Ben Goldsmith

FG EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Professor Dieter Helm

FG EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Professor Dieter Helm

FG EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Shadow Defra Secretary Sue Hayman

FG EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Shadow Defra Secretary Sue Hayman

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Market Snapshot

The latest market information

The latest market information

Quote Of The Week

Sometimes when a majority of our people want something that is against the good of society, government and parliament has a responsibility to protect us. This was the case with the death penalty, when for decades politicians went against the majority view and refused to reinstate it. Now I believe it needs to be the case with the Brexit processDr Philip Lee, MP for Bracknell

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Brexit Prep Tip Of The Week

Managing risk

Dairy farmers need to look at managing the risk of currency fluctuations on their business. If anything, the drive for efficiency needs to increase in order to offset the effects of volatility and currency fluctuations. Look at ways to minimise risk within your business, including futures contracts.

Ewan McCombe from Kite Consultancy

Handy Guides

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