Changes to the subsidy system, Brexit uncertainty and price volatility are just a few of the current and future challenges arable farmers face. In this episode of Crop It Like It’s Hot - Building business resilience during uncertain times – Arable Farming journalist, Alice Dyer hears from three experts about how to take a step back and assess the performance of your business. She finds out the key drivers of a high performing arable farm; and where savings can likely be made, from making changes to farm machinery, utilising Government grants, and cutting crop inputs to fine tune cost of production.
· Philip Wynn, business consultant
· Harry Henderson, knowledge exchange manager, AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds
· Ben Harrington, soil fertility and plant nutritionalist and agronomist, Edaphos Agronomy
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