BPS 2021

neilo

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
Montgomeryshire
BPS is welcome each year and for a large proportion of UK farmers it represents a significant proportion of profits in the business. My question is who really benefits from the subsidy? As it is withdrawn I think the real pain will be seen more in the merchanting side of agriculture (and I am not saying some individual farmers will not be hit hard as well). They have got used to pricing to what the market will stand. If the £3billion annual subsidy injection is phased out to diddly squat in 4 or 5 years it is surely the case that inputs will become relatively cheaper as the cash will just not be in farmers accounts to pay such high prices for machinery or fungicides or whatever. I suspect it won`t come to that as the new regime will pay something approaching decent money but with some hardcore environmental strings attached. I just hope the new scheme
is practical and makes sense.

Have you looked at the SFI threads on here at all?🤐
 
Location
Devon
Wow has anyone had that ......not read all the thread !
Still waiting here . It will come one day hopefully 🙂🙂
Yes some have had the above email !!

I would say that if you have not had the above email by now you should get paid either this month or very early in Jan all being well.

Personally i think unless the claim has problems ( like being in probate for example ) then if they are not going to pay the claim untill after the end of Dec and well into 2022 they should pay 70%+ as a bridging loan now.
 

Hampton

Member
BASIS
Location
Shropshire
Yes some have had the above email !!

I would say that if you have not had the above email by now you should get paid either this month or very early in Jan all being well.

Personally i think unless the claim has problems ( like being in probate for example ) then if they are not going to pay the claim untill after the end of Dec and well into 2022 they should pay 70%+ as a bridging loan now.
Why would they need too? Haven’t you read all the other threads? Most farmers on here don’t need it!
 

robbie

Member
BASIS
Good news - been paid here : bad news - it's short by exactly the same as last year - complaint form sent off in December '20, chased up every 60 days - still not had the courtesy of any kind of reply.

:banghead: :banghead:
Similar situation here. Last year I was short by about a third. I sent in the dispute/complaint form whatever it's called in December and heard nothing. I chased it up a few times and the system showed a case open on my application but last time the lady did say it would take a while as "they are now busy with 2021 applications".

1st December this year payment arrived but for only approx 20% of my claim value🤦🤦🤦🤦🤦🤦
I had some fields merged/altered and that seems to be the problem, others locally have had the same, as soon as RPA makes amendments or alterations it all goes to poo.
 
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Wombat

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
East yorks
Similar situation here. Last year I was short by about a third. I sent in the dispute/complaint form whatever it's called in December and heard nothing. I chased it up a few times and the system showed a case open on my application but last time the lady did say it would take a while as "they are now busy with 2021 applications".

1st December this year payment arrived but for only approx 20% of my claim value🤦🤦🤦🤦🤦🤦
I had some fields merged/altered and that seems to be the problem, others locally have had the same asoon as RPA amendments or alterations it all goes to poo.
You mean their amazing, high quality, remote sensing algorithm and software. 🤣🤣

imagine the fecking mayhem it can make for ELMS when they can screw up whole fields so easily as it is 🤣🤦‍♂️🤪
 

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Written by William Kellett from Agriland

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A man has pleaded guilty at Newtownards Magistrates’ Court to waste offences relating to a bonfire next to the electrical sub-station on the Circular Road in Newtownards, Co. Down.

Gareth Gill (51) of Abbot’s Walk, Newtownards pleaded guilty to two charges under the Waste and Contaminated Land (Northern Ireland) Order 1997, for which he was fined £150 each and ordered to pay a £15 offender’s levy

On June 25, 2018, PSNI officers went to Gill’s yard, where they found a large amount of waste consisting of scrap wood, pallets, carpet and underlay.

Discussion with Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) officers confirmed the site...
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