Grant Checker is an online tool that allows you to look up and find agriculture grants, loans and scholarships available to you as a farmer.
Brought to you by Farmers Guardian - every day we research grants, scholarships and bursaries available to UK farmers and rural communities.
You can access the Grant Checker via your desktop computer, tablet or a mobile device to search grants based on your location and age.
Results show all the grants accepting applications and can be further filtered by the category or type.
Grant Checker will help save you time and money, along with identifying any upcoming funding that you may be entitled to.
With this information, you can make sure you take full advantage as Grant Checker allows you to see all grants that you may not have been aware of.
Here’s five grants/loans/funds which could benefit your farm business...
This fund provides loans of up to £50,000 to new entrants and tenant farmers in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly who need additional finance to start and develop their land based businesses.
Most reasonable costs associated with the new business or project other than land purchase will be considered for support.
LEADER funding is available to local businesses, communities, farmers, foresters and land managers.
You can apply to your Local Action Group (LAG) for funding for projects that create jobs, help your business to grow, and benefit the rural economy, under the LEADER scheme.
LEADER funding is delivered via LEADER LAGs and is available to local businesses, communities, farmers, foresters and land managers.
Find out about grants to help land owners, managers and access authorities prepare approved stretches for public use.
You can apply for a grant to help with ‘establishment work’. This is work that’s necessary to make the stretch fit for use as part of the England Coast Path.
This grant programme has been set up to develop micro and small businesses (fewer than 50 FTE staff or less than 10 million euros turnover).
Grants will be provided to both existing and start up businesses with the aim of supporting a growing rural economy.
Local rural businesses support the rural economy by maintaining and creating jobs, growing local supply chains and bringing investment into the area.
The farm productivity grant programme has been developed to encourage agricultural businesses in the Plain Action and Vale Action LEADER areas to invest in innovative practices and new technologies to help them to become more sustainable and productive.
There are 3 main aims of this programme, these are: to improve the overall performance and sustainability of agricultural holdings, to support animal heath and welfare improvements and to support the processing, marketing and/or development of agricultural products.