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Farming Rules for Water

Farming Rules for Water

Lucy Charman from the Woolley & Wallis’ Marlborough office along with a good number of local farmers today attended a meeting about the Farming Rules for Water event organised by the Natural England Catchment Sensitive Farming Team and delivered by Briony Burge from Creedy Associates.

Great information and detail was given on subjects such as soil phosphate levels, farmyard manure storage as well as a comprehensive overview of the Environment Agency’s 8 rules reaffirmed the audience’s understanding – particularly poignant given the recent weather.

Lucy Charman
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Lucy Charman

Rural Professional

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