Farmers looking for help with how to improve their economic and environmental performance are now able to go to a new one stop shop.
The new Farming Advice Service is easy to use and should save farmers time and money. The phone line and website, run by the department of Environment, Food And rural affairs went live on January 3rd and brings together advice on a range of farming issues, including cross compliance, nutrient management, competitiveness and climate change adaption and mitigation.
Jim Paice , the agriculture minister said :” Good advice is essential to the running of any business and this new advisory service will make sure farmers can et6 the mostout of their farms.
The array of advice from numerous organisations was bewildering and this more integrated service makes access to help both faster and less complicated.”
The helpline number for technical questions and advice via the new Farming Advice Service is 0845 345 1302
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