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The ongoing farm to fork challenge in the pig industry

Paul Burkinshaw
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Figures recently published in Farmers Weekly, based on numbers produced by the National Pig Association, it is suggested that more than 31 million meals of pork could have been fed to the nation but have been wasted due to the pig crisis. How on earth have...

Don't make a Charlie of yourself when it comes to litigation

Mark Jones
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Just before Christmas I wrote a blog which was based on Charles Dickens’ novel A Christmas Carol . It’s a book which is known the world over. What’s less widely known is that it gave rise to a real life Dickensian tale. It is one of the...

What happens to my share in the family farming business partnership when I die?

Susie Mortonson
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Traditionally, farming businesses have relied on a legal structure of family farming partnerships, often without formal written partnership agreements in place. In this case provisions of the Partnership Act 1890 would apply but this Act is unable to...

Fantastic client feedback for Katie I'Anson

Peter Mills
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Over 75% of our instructions are from returning clients or those personally recommended to us by previous clients. So it is really important that we take client service very seriously. When we complete a matter for a client, we always ask for...

Mud on the road! Liability and the farmer

Paul Burkinshaw
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With the return of wet weather, we are likely to experience mud on roads as a by-product of normal farming operations. The NFU actually released a briefing note for farmers on the liabilities of mud on roads some time ago in the latter part...

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