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In your field: Kate Beavan - 'There is a way forward, but we all need to be part of the discussions'

Kate farms alongside her husband Jim on their farm near Abergavenny, Monmouthshire. Farming 122 hectares (300 acres), the main enterprise consists of 800 breeding ewes and cider made on-site from their orchards. She is a mum of two, runs Kate’s Country School on-farm and is the woodland creation officer for Stump Up For Trees.

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In your field: Kate Beavan - 'There is a way forward, but we all need to be part of the discussions'

By the time you read this, the UK parliamentary General Election results will have been announced. It's amazing how many politicians have made contact recently wanting to visit and discuss farming issues....

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