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Scottish Farming Update |Autumn 2022

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Strutt & Parker’s Autumn 2022 Scottish Farming Update is produced by our Farming Research Group and offers an overview of the latest issues affecting farmers’ business decisions.

It is an extremely interesting time for farming businesses, given the huge movement we have seen in both output and input prices with varying impacts across all sectors of farming.

The update also looks at some interesting new grant funding opportunities – especially the upcoming Preparing for Sustainable Farming (PSF) National Test Programme.

We also highlight our new tool which arable farmers can use to assess how sensitive net margins are to changes

Read the full Farming Update for more detail on:

  • Global grain markets
  • Arable markets overview, including a Harvest 22 update
  • UK livestock markets
  • Fertiliser and fuel
  • Policy and regulation
Stephen Whiteford
Senior Associate Director, Rural
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