A little wet at the major Cereals Event this week but it did not dampen the enthusiasm of all of those involved. Max met up with some key individuals from the UK Agri-Business sectors to gain their views of the current economic and political landscape. Click on the pictures to hear the individual VLOGS.
It’s a little cold and a little damp, but Max looks to give a short summary of last week’s London Produce Show and what he had learnt at the Cereals Event.
Minette Batters, President of the NFU and Guy Smith Deputy President of the NFU give us their views specifically on where the fresh produce sector is today in the eyes of the NFU. Interesting watch.
Ben Underwood Director for the Eastern Regions for The CLA (Country Land Owners & Business Association) gives us his details view on how the CLA can assist Farmers in today’s climate.
Ben Makowiecki Area Director for Lloyds Bank announces some very interesting initiatives from Lloyds for their existing and new customer base.
Will Mitcham of Wilson Wraight gives us his view as to who will be successful in farming in this current economic and political period. See what you think…”Farmers need to be Businessman to create success.”
Neil Smith of Shelbourne Reynolds tells us of his view on the current economic landscape from an industry perception.
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