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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

Labour will protect county farms to ensure a bright post-Brexit future for farming

Labour will protect county farms to ensure a bright post-Brexit future for farming

Post-Brexit agriculture needs to supply the nation, not just a nostalgic imagination

Post-Brexit agriculture needs to supply the nation, not just a nostalgic imagination

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

Farmers Share Their Views on Brexit

Forget the political noise around Brexit and focus on your business fundamentals

Forget the political noise around Brexit and focus on your business fundamentals

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

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

Analysis from industry leaders and top academics

Food security is not a 1940s concern about U-boats patrolling the Atlantic

Food security is not a 1940s concern about U-boats patrolling the Atlantic

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

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

If our hacks and MPs knew even a tenth as much about Brexit as they claim to know about US immigration policies, we might actually be getting somewherePete North, editor at Leave HQ

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Brexit Prep Tip Of The Week

Think outside the box

While some farmers are renowned for embracing change and coming up with new and clever ideas to increase efficiencies or develop their businesses, others can be inclined to avoid potential risk and stick with what they know.

Brexit brings change which cannot be ignored by any business, and in the farming sector, it will be more important than ever to explore the opportunities available on farm not only in terms of production, technology or management, but also from the real property on which the business is based.

Mark Morison, partner at Berrys, Shrewsbury

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