Chambers farm

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  • Created on: 15-05-15 11:23
Where is Chamber's Farm and how big is it?
It is in Haddenham, Cambridgeshire and is 500 acres
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How much per hecteracre does the farm get for 'doing nothing'?
£300 per year
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Why is it hard to regulate these management methods?
Chambers farm is 500 acres so it would take a long time and a lot of man hours to accurately check even this one farm
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What percentage of the UK is farmland?
70%
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What are the impacts of reducing environmental problems for farmers?
Lower Yields-nitrate vulnerable zones requires farmers to use fewer artifical fetlisers which reduces their crop production
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How much per hecteracre does the farm get for 'doing nothing'?

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£300 per year

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Why is it hard to regulate these management methods?

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What percentage of the UK is farmland?

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What are the impacts of reducing environmental problems for farmers?

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