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Rental values for farmland in the United Kingdom seem to bear little relation to the land’s productive capacity. One of the culprits is short-termism, encouraged by shorter and shorter durations of the standard instrument, the Farm Business Tenancy. Following on from his report, Opportunity Agriculture, to the 2014 Oxford Farming Conference, the author argues for alternative models of land tenancy, especially those based on shared ventures.

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