Price Bailey has offices spread across East Anglia, an area known for the quality of its farmland and the people who farm it. Farmland has always been a valuable asset and one which needs safeguarding. Whether you are focusing on retaining wealth or the continuation of the farm business, we are well-positioned to assist you.
When your land is your livelihood
Running a farm or estate is hard work. We know that. We also know you need to work with people who understand what that means.
The interaction of variables including, the cost of fertiliser and animal feed, the weather, subsidies, supermarket buying power, and the price received for the final output, lead to large variations in agricultural income from year to year.
The backlog of pressures facing livestock farmers as a result of the carbon dioxide crisis means many are still being impacted throughout their supply chains. Coupled with the soaring cost of fertiliser, an increase in energy prices, and farm subsidies being phased out or replaced, the agricultural industry is perhaps the most volatile it has ever been. The carbon crisis does bring opportunities, but at what cost?
Whether you need support in maximising the value of your farm and the assets you have on it, or guidance on regional and national grants that may be available to you, our experts will work with you to ensure you succeed.
Advice tailored to you
To ensure you receive the best advice, we get to know you, your business, your land, and your ambitions – and then assess all your options.
You’ll be allocated one partner and one manager, both from a farming background with years of hands-on experience. We can help with: