In Charge of Your Own Destiny

Relf, Tim
April 2003
Farmers Weekly;4/11/2003, Vol. 138 Issue 14, p6
Trade Publication
This article profiles England-based farm owners Chris and Jane Hornsby. Signing a five-year farm business tenancy on Coney Garth Hill Farm marked an important landmark for Chris and Jane Hornsby. They took over 47ha all-grass dairy farm at North Frodingham, East Yorks, in May 2000 and achieved their life-long ambition of farming in their own right. Jane Horsby whose family farms in Derbys has been to agricultural college, traveled and had a spell working for Genus. According to Chris Hornsby price in the farming fluctuates subject to the market standards.


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