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Brexit Hub

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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Ploughing Through Brexit

A view from the corridors of power

Trade deals with Australia and NZ have little to offer to Welsh farmers

Trade deals with Australia and NZ have little to offer to Welsh farmers

The Agriculture Bill is a seven-year notice to quit for upland farmers

The Agriculture Bill is a seven-year notice to quit for upland farmers

Scotland’s post-Brexit ag policy must have food production at its heart

Scotland’s post-Brexit ag policy must have food production at its heart

Gove’s warm words on protecting production standards are not enough – we need legislation

Gove’s warm words on protecting production standards are not enough – we need legislation

Check how prepared your business is for Brexit with these AHDB tools

Farmers Share Their Views on Brexit

Brexit is starving the UK’s successful grain trade of oxygen and direction

Brexit is starving the UK’s successful grain trade of oxygen and direction

Brexit is a concern for beef farmers, but I’m still bullish about future prospects

Brexit is a concern for beef farmers, but I’m still bullish about future prospects

Analysis from industry leaders and top academics

Toxic post-referendum politics stopped MPs supporting the PM’s Brexit deal

Toxic post-referendum politics stopped MPs supporting the PM’s Brexit deal

No-deal Brexit is an opportunity to engage shoppers with concept of seasonality

No-deal Brexit is an opportunity to engage shoppers with concept of seasonality

Politicians give me no hope for UK ag’s future – but our young farmers do

Politicians give me no hope for UK ag’s future – but our young farmers do

Exclusive interviews

EXCL interview: Welsh Gov refuses to listen to industry plea on direct payments

EXCL interview: Welsh Gov refuses to listen to industry plea on direct payments

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

Dates To Look Out For

Market Snapshot

The latest market information

The latest market information

Quote Of The Week

"Better a horrible ending than unending horror" - Volker Treier from the German Chamber of Commerce on the prospect of extending Article 50

Brexit Bods Stock Exchange

Brexit Prep Tip Of The Week

Do not use Brexit as an excuse

Brexit cannot be used as an excuse - the uncertainty surrounding the years ahead needs to be a driver for bold investment in rural business development.

Many rural businesses can address these requirements and broaden their commercial base.

Recent planning policy signals a growing recognition of the contribution local businesses can make to community and economic vibrancy through diversification and growth.

It also emphasises the role of planning in encouraging rural prosperity in particular, by paving the way for broader land-based businesses, encouraging rural tourism and leisure, and improving the vitality of villages and rural settlements.

Planning was once a barrier to much rural growth, with business insight driven diversification it can now be used to achieve successful and resilient businesses.

Rob Hindle, Rural Solutions

Handy Guides

What would WTO rules mean for your sector?

What would WTO rules mean for your sector?


‘No-deal’ Brexit technical notices: Everything farmers need to know

‘No-deal’ Brexit technical notices: Everything farmers need to know


Intelligence Guide

Intelligence Guide


Will Brexit be the end of protected food names in the UK?

Will Brexit be the end of protected food names in the UK?


UK and EU Brexit divorce deal: What does it mean for farmers?

UK and EU Brexit divorce deal: What does it mean for farmers?


Brexit in agriculture special: The top trump cards yet to be played...

Brexit in agriculture special: The top trump cards yet to be played...