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Our first insight piece will look into the diversification trends farmers and landowners can take advantage of and the financing options available to bring them to fruition. With the staycation boom likely to continue, we look at how businesses can capitalise on agritourism and the innovative kit which can make the stays run smoother for both host and guest.
Farmers Guardian’s first Farm Futures Exchange saw speakers with experience in various diversifications share their advice and top tips with Farm Futures members, as part of a digital roundtable.
Tudor Haris has fulfilled his goal and has seen the business change and adapt over the years. Gaina Morgan looks back over his farming journey
Swansea Community Farm has branched out to accommodate activities to improve wellbeing and resilience for people with learning and health problems
Farmers' Union of Wales claim grid capacity and planning permission are the two main barriers preventing Welsh farmers being able to invest in small renewable projects. They said the Welsh Government must do more to ease the process
Tamara Roberts and Matt Strugnell talk to the Farmers Guardian podcast about the growth of the viticulture sector
"We see diversification and sustainable repurposing of historic buildings as an opportunity to preserve our precious heritage, while ensuring that the Estate is environmentally and economically sustainable for the future"
The barn dated to the reign of Queen Elizabeth I
Alex James opened his 200-acre farm in the Cotswolds to the public for The Big Feastival but what do farmers think of him?
With Defra targets of increasing agroforestry to 10 per cent of all arable land by 2050, farmers are concerned about the finances and practicality of this for the farm business
When it comes to assessing the reality of Brexit there is no need for anyone to listen to predictions, we can now see the reality of the new world some wanted.