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Strutt & Parker Farming | Specialists in every field

by Will Gemmill 24.07.2019

With a commitment to understanding what matters most to our clients, the Farming Department at Strutt & Parker has a proven track record of working with farmers to make a lasting positive impact.

The agricultural industry is facing a period of significant change as the UK prepares to leave the European Union. Brexit will inevitably bring challenges, but also opportunities, and making sure your farm business is resilient and prepared for the future has never been more important.

Working with unrelenting energy, our aim is to help farmers, from the smallest through to the largest, achieve that resilience through a clearly defined strategy that enables business objectives to be met through the optimal use of the assets available to them.

We have an experienced and knowledgeable team, committed to excellence in everything they do, who can help make you become more profitable and efficient by offering progressive, practical and realistic farm management advice.

Whether you are looking for a team to manage the day-to-day running of your farm, need specialist advice on areas such as budgeting, cropping decisions or grants, or you are looking to solve strategic issues such as succession planning, our Farming Department can help.

Our bespoke service means you can come to us for as much or as little assistance as you wish, and we can tailor our service accordingly.

The Farming Department is one of the largest specialist groups of its kind. All of our people are from farming backgrounds and combine practical experience with technical expertise, giving us a real understanding of the issues faced by today’s farming community.

Our advice is underpinned by dedicated research that keeps us up to speed on developments in legislation, regulations, agronomy, support schemes and commodity markets, as well as land values and property trends. This ensures that any recommendations we make are well-informed.

As well as tried and trusted agricultural advice, we also provide access to the expertise of the wider Strutt & Parker team. Our farm agents can help with the sale, purchase or valuation of farmland. Planning experts can advise on the planning implications of taking your business in a new direction. We also have expert land management, taxation, bookkeeping and accounting teams.

Click here to view our Farming brochure, which outlines our core farming services – for a fuller picture of how we would work with you, please do not hesitate to contact us.

If you would like us to post you a copy of the Farming brochure, please contact us.

Will Gemmill
National Head of Farming and Eastern Regional Chairman
Cambridge
441223624849
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