Friday 23 February, 2024

Farmers least likely to sell their businesses

Despite a challenging year, farmers are the least likely of any business sector to be putting their businesses up for sale, according to investment management company Vestd.

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Farmers least likely to sell their businesses

It analysed data from online business sale platforms and found that just 228 agriculture businesses were for sale out of a total of 215,000 registered business - a rate of 0.1 per cent. This compared...

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