Joint Ventures

Collaborating and sharing resources to achieve common goals

Share farming, contract farming, and collaborative farming are three types of joint ventures that help share expertise, reduce financial load and aid diversification.
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Contract Farming Agreement

Many farmers collaborate to share the burden of increasing machinery prices, costs, and labour by sharing resources, machinery, and land with nearby farms.

By drawing on our extensive experience in this area, we’ll take care of everything for you, from preparing a detailed prospectus and managing the tendering process to providing a monitoring service with annual preparation of budgets and accounts.

Joint ventures between farms are becoming increasingly popular as clients share the burden of increasing machinery and labour costs and reduce overheads. I advise , establish and manage Contract Farming Arrangements, steering farmers through the complexities

Guy Bicknell, Wilson Wraight

A solution for the future

Joint ventures are business agreements in which two or more parties pool resources – such as labour, machinery, and land – to accomplish a specific task.

Use our experience in setting up and monitoring collaborative enterprises to manage your risk and enjoy greater efficiency while keeping a handle on your overheads.

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