Farmers invited to have their say on AHDB Monitor Farm scheme

Tim Isaac of AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds

Tim Isaac of AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds - Credit: Chris Hill

Farmers and others in the industry are being asked to have their say on the AHDB Monitor Farm programme in England and Wales as the scheme reaches a three-year milestone.

The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board, a farm levy payers’ body which set up the scheme, is inviting all those who have attended a Monitor FArm meeting to complete a surey about their experiences by April 10. Itwill be launching another phase of Monitor Farms across England this summer.

Tim Isaac of AHDB, said: “The feedback we receive will help us to develop the programme further and make sure it continues to fit levy payers’ needs. We are soon to begin the next batch of Monitor Farm projects, so this feedback will be vital in forming their direction and content.”

The results of the survey, which can be found online, will be shared in the summer. Respondents can enter a prize draw to win a £50 hamper.

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