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Sadly, for his 23-year-old son Will, discussing exactly how the 160-acre farm will pass down the generations isn’t a high priority.
One of the biggest issues for tenant and landowning farmers is succession, with the age of the average British farmer at older than 50.
There is little sign, though, that many of them are willing to hand over the keys to the combine harvester just yet.
Will admits that he is still young, but says the survey “rings true”.
And despite the National Farmers Union trumpeting economic growth in the sector of 54 per cent between 20, he is still worried about the future.“It’s always been my ambition to take over the family farm,” he says.