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Small farmers are to be given support if they cannot afford to pay for the advice needed to access Defra’s post-Brexit Environmental Land Management Scheme (ELMS), according to a top department official.
The Scottish Government’s decision to delay moving away from a Basic Payment Scheme (BPS)-style of support after Brexit will leave farmers vulnerable to big changes in the late 2020s, according to an industry expert.
A leading conservation charity has claimed Defra Secretary Michael Gove could be persuaded to give farmers more than the £3.2 billion they currently receive under the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) after Brexit.