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As the COVID-19 virus spreads through the UK and other countries, we are yet to fully understand what effect the international pandemic will have on British farming and rural businesses.  The additional uncertainty surrounding future commodity prices, supply chains and our meat processing capability are just some additional factors to add to the recent upheaval of agricultural lending and adverse weather.  However, there are opportunities to be found if you have the ability, flexibility and understanding of your business and the market.

No matter what we believe the future holds, one thing we can’t argue with is that now is a critical time to reduce your uncertainty, be proactive and forecast your businesses ability to maintain a viable enterprise. At Old Mill, we’ve made a commitment to give you the advice, tools and resources to get you set-up with best-practice financial management for your farm, rural diversification and family set-up.

COVID-19 Insights for Rural

Practical advice and expert industry analysis around COVID-19


Our Rural focussed COVID-19 Insights offer you general support, guidance and expertise to help you make the right decisions during the crisis.



COVID-19 Video Insights

Practical personal and business related COVID-19 advice from our industry experts


Our COVID-19 video Insights offer you instant advice on government policy, as it happens. For specific tailored advice around your own business or personal situation, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. 

Watch it back: ‘Virtual Breakfast’ Q&A with Director and Rural Accountant, Paul Neate and Rural Chartered Financial Planner, Stuart Coombe – 22/05/20

COVID-19 & Furnished Holiday Lets

‘Virtual Breakfast’ Q&A with Head of Rural, Andrew Vickery and Rural Tax Adviser, Catherine Vickery – 15/05/20

‘Virtual Breakfast’ Q&A with Director and Rural Accountant, Neil Cox – 01/05/20

‘Virtual Breakfast’ Q&A with Head of Rural, Andrew Vickery and Rural Tax Adviser, Catherine Vickery – 24/04/20

Watch it back: ‘Virtual Breakfast’ Q&A with Director and Rural Accountant, Paul Neate and Rural Chartered Financial Planner, Stuart Coombe – 22/05/20

COVID-19 & Furnished Holiday Lets

‘Virtual Breakfast’ Q&A with Head of Rural, Andrew Vickery and Rural Tax Adviser, Catherine Vickery – 15/05/20

‘Virtual Breakfast’ Q&A with Director and Rural Accountant, Neil Cox – 01/05/20

‘Virtual Breakfast’ Q&A with Head of Rural, Andrew Vickery and Rural Tax Adviser, Catherine Vickery – 24/04/20


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