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Count On Us For Farm Finance

One of the questions any customer should ask is ‘Why should we use Farm and Country Finance to arrange our farm finance or agricultural mortgage?’ Of course, people have a choice and sometimes, irrespective of what we and our testimonials say, they decide to go somewhere else. It may surprise you how many of these […]

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New – refinance of farm equipment and machinery

Refinance is essentially a means to free up the cash value from assets already owned within your business, injecting much needed capital for use in other areas.   Releasing equity from your existing unencumbered tractors, combines, vehicles, machinery, and potentially even milking and dairy equipment can release funds for a building project, to pay bills, or […]

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Finance For Wind Turbines

Being a market leader in the arrangement of farm finance for some time, it is only to be expected that we should recognise the trends and be arranging finance for wind turbines. Many of our customers, in the rural community, are seeking to diversify into new areas for extra income and an investment in a […]

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Our expertise in farm finance is recognised

Mark Bracegirdle was recently instructed to act as an expert witness in a divorce case in the Kendal County Court. The brief was to report on the availability of a mortgage for a property with an agricultural restriction. The case, however, was not straightforward; the house was in close proximity to the rest of the […]

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Farming News – January 2012

Despite recent gales and torrential rain and the country looking and feeling like a sponge, believe it or not, parts of England remain in underlying drought. Times look somewhat better for our beef and sheep producers in 2012. The drought in South America has impacted on markets for maize (and hence wheat), soya and hence […]

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Farmland flying high

According to the most recent Land Market Survey by the Royal Institue of Chartered Surveyors, farmland prices reached an all time high in the first half of 2011 with an estimated average price of a shade over £6,000 per acre. Demand is far outsripping supply – 50% of respondents to the survey reported increases in […]

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