The profitability of the average UK farm could fall by as much as half after Brexit, new research suggests.
The report, by the Agriculture & Horticulture Development Board (AHDB), says the “worst-case scenario” would cut average farm profits from £38,000 a year to just £15,000.
Reduced subsidies and tariff-free access to the UK for foreign producers. Average annual incomes fall to £15,000
Those current higher incomes being, of course, how much we consumers are screwed by the current EU based structures.