I note there are a few ignorant souls on here who occasionally bleat on about farmers' "subsidies"... Why they think that paying a stabalizing amount to keep food supplies abundant and cheap equates to "subsidy" for the farmers, when actually it's the buying/consuming public reaping the benefits, I simply cannot grasp.
No matter. If you read the following link you'll see UK farmers are set to take a 30% "subsidy" cut... of course they can recoup that cut by spending more money and putting in even more work... Eh? and How? are my first two thoughts ... I don't know the answers, but since I'm not on that particular treadmill all I can do is sympathise.
How would you feel about losing 30% of any part of your wages and be given the "chance" to invest more and work harder to recoup that loss?
Read and be less ignorant:
ps. I think everyone has the right to an informed opinion, but no-one has the "right" to be ignorant.