Uncertainty and risk go hand in hand in the farming industry. As well as the unremitting inconsistency of the British weather, disease, changing eating habits, tax demands and outside political factors are constant worries for farmers in the UK.
At Ware & Kay, our specialist agriculture lawyers are widely experienced in recognising and dealing with the many issues and risks involved in the farming sector and strive on a day-to-day basis to minimise the variety of stresses which arise for their many farming clients.
Here, Hazel Anyon, agricultural law specialist at Pearsons & Ward Solicitors in Malton outlines four current concerns for farming businesses and offers practical advice on tackling them.
Uncertainty of Brexit
The UK’s exit from the European Union is currently pencilled in for 31 October 2019, but with the current political turmoil circling…