Yorkshire Water's new 'starter farm' initiative

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Yorkshire Water's new 'starter farm' initiative

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Farming Minister, Victoria Prentis backs Yorkshire Water's new 'starter farm' initiative to help young people get a foothold in the industry:
https://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/country ... ry-2950002

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There used to be county council owned farms to rent for farming starters but most have been sold off to fund current account spending by austerity, cash strapped, local authorities. Not a very sensible idea but it was virtually universal around the country.
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Re: Yorkshire Water's new 'starter farm' initiative

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Another potential farming opportunity....

Here's a chance to buy into Kindling Farm and invest in the future of food & farming:
Community Shares Offer now live: https://www.ethex.org.uk/invest/kindling-farm

The Kindling Trust:
https://kindling.org.uk/Farm
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