Brown & Co seminars will chart the changing times of agriculture

Lifting potatoes in a field at Terrington St Clement. Picture: Ian Burt

Lifting potatoes in a field at Terrington St Clement. Picture: Ian Burt

The “changing times of agriculture” are on the agenda at a series of free spring seminars, held by a rural agency celebrating its 25th anniversary.

Land agents and agricultural business consultants at Brown and Co will discuss the evolution of the industry, as well as some of the pressing current issues facing East Anglian farmers.

Topics will include a land market update, advice on asset management, business planning, and stewardship, and the latest on the Basic Payment Scheme and available grants.

The seminar schedule is:

• Tuesday February 6: Holt RFC Clubhouse, Bridge Road, Holt.

• Thursday February 8: The Ffolkes, Lynn Road, Hillington, King’s Lynn.

• Thursday February 8: Bruisyard Hall, Bruisyard, near Saxmundham.

All events will convene at 4pm for a 4.30pm start, finishing at 6.30pm with a light buffet.

To book a free place, contact

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