Next week members of the local farming community will have the chance to come together to examine farm business issues and to discuss the challenges they face at a free evening meeting with a panel of six specialists. The seminar, which is being held at 7.30pm on Wednesday February 20 at Yeovil Town Football Club and includes a hot supper, will offer specialist advice with speakers from Dyne Drewett solicitors and Old Mill accountants.
Jonathan Cheal, an experienced agricultural practitioner and partner at Dyne Drewett, with a particular interest in cases involving rights of way and public access to land, will be on hand to discuss these and other farming issues, along with his colleagues Richard Pinney, who deals daily with the issues faced by rural estates and agricultural businesses, and Grace Skelton, who works in the rural property and renewable energy team and also advises on equine matters.
Says Jonathan Cheal: “This is a free event, open to all in the farming community, and we very much hope it will be a chance for farmers to have their questions answered. It’s really important that farmers are surrounded by a strong team of advisers to help them make informed decisions. Farmers and their professional advisers should work closely together to make sure that their long-term goals as a business are achieved.”
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