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Day two of the Oxford Farming Conference, and a report is launched, calling for a new way of working and more productive relationships between those who own the land and those who farm it. "Share-farming" could be the way forward, according to land agents Bidwells, who wrote the report after surveying 100 farmers and 50 agri-industry experts. Its author says that seeking outside investment and bringing in more professional land managers would mean new sources of capital to help farmers develop their businesses and work in partnership. But what would it all mean, would it work in practice, and what do farmers at the conference make of it all? Farming Today finds out.
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