Pushing growth to double profits

Barrett, John
September 2007
Farmers Weekly;9/14/2007, Vol. 147 Issue 11, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the goal of John Barrett for the all-arable unit he has managed from Hill House Farm, Hedenham in Norfolk, England since 2001 which is an efficient contract farming business that generates profits both for his employer, Sentry, and his landowners. Accordingly, collaboration with local farms is a strong feature of his operations that includes a new autumn cultivating joint venture covering 1,800ha, to increase the efficiency of men and machinery.


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