Date(s) - 22/06/2021
10:30 am - 11:30 am


Tops Tips for Farm Diversification event image. Rural Business Network. RBN. Jo Martin

Are you ready to hear some top tips for farm diversification and have your questions answered?

Then register for our free online event ‘Top Tips for Farm Diversification’ taking place on Tuesday 22nd June at 10.30am.

Megan Pemberton, Surveyor and Julie Wade, Senior Agri-Business Consultant from Fisher German, Paul Armstrong, Commercial Lawyer of Hay & Kilner and Sarah Dodds, Head of Agriculture, MHA MacIntyre Hudson will explain:

  • Why we should be diversifying our farm business
  • Is there grant funding available?
  • What do we need to consider before we start?
  • What legal issues may crop up?
  • How to keep your accountant happy.

The event will conclude with a question and answer session.

Fisher German are a leading national firm of specialist UK property consultants and chartered surveyors, with 600 people across 26 offices, adding value to owners and businesses through a wide range of property services.  Their modern approach to rural property services works in tandem with traditional values, providing their clients with bespoke advice to maximise their own priorities in an ever more complicated rural market.

Hay & Kilner is committed to meeting the different needs of all clients and contacts and has developed high levels of service which they consistently deliver. They have a team of expert solicitors who provide advice to their clients involved in agricultural land and farming or related rural activities. Whether you run a large or small family business, a large company or a landed estate they can give you the expert advice you need.

MHA MacIntrye Hudson’s experience is rooted in a wide-ranging client list that spans family farms across livestock, dairy, arable and top fruit, through to large commercial organisations in agri-business.  With agricultural accounting at their core, they have extended their expertise into related sectors, particularly with manufacturers of plant machinery and food related businesses. They also serve clients from the wider rural community, including leisure and tourism, and property.

Rural Business Network connects farmers and rural entrepreneurs to a supportive network of experts and resources, helping you throughout your business journey.

Register now to attend ‘Top Tips for Farm Diversification.


Bookings are closed for this event.