A lack of communication and little willingness to negotiate from the landlord are pitfalls of insecure Farm Business Tenancies (FBTs). A Surrey farming family are now searching for a new home for their pedigree jersey herd after 17 years.
Not knowing whether they will have their farm in five years time or not is the biggest worry for most tenant farmers right now who are under a Farm Business Tenancy.
The Welsh Government has issued a series of amendments to the Agriculture (Wales) Bill saying that the changes will further support sustainable food production while helping rural communities to thrive.
Wales Rural Affairs Minister, Lesley Griffiths, has come out in support of tenant farmers, saying that if the new Sustainable Farming Scheme (SFS) does not work for them, it does not work at all.
Tenant farmers in Wales have expressed fears that the Governments new Sustainable Farming Scheme will be unworkable, leaving them sidelined.
A new £70 million scheme that aims to transform the UKs National Park peatlands from carbon sources to carbon sinks has been met with caution by farming groups.
A tenant family farm is battling a decision by Natural England (NE) to stop them from using their grazing rights on common land.
Defra should move quickly to establish an ombudsman in England to oversee disputes which arise between tenants and landlords, a new landmark review has recommended.
A new television reality show offering a 10-year National Trust tenancy as a prize has been criticised for turning what is serious entrepreneurial commitment into a mere ‘beauty contest’.
Farm Business Tenancies (FBTs) now cover more agricultural land in England than Agricultural Holdings Act (AHA) agreements, official figures have revealed.
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