Increase revenue and reduce risk by diversifying your enterprise.
The Agricultural industry is constantly evolving and more and more farmers are exploring new ways to diversify and transform their rural businesses into vibrant, sustainable and profitable enterprises. Farm diversification can help increase revenue and reduce risk.
To achieve huge growth and success on the farm, it often requires a substantial amount of investment, something which isn’t always readily available.
What can we expect for the future of Farm Diversification?
Farm diversification will become a must if small farms want to survive. Slashed subsidies, competition and agri-tech are among a few things that are noted in our Future of Farming blog which lays out what we could potentially expect.
How can we help?
We work alongside funders that want to help and support farmers grow, by providing them with a finance facility to help them do so.
We will sit down with you and understand what you want to achieve.
We will then act on your behalf, dealing with multiple lenders to get you the best deal to diversify your farm.
What will we consider?
At Amplo, we will consider any credible business proposal such as:
- Holiday lets
- Farm shops
- Novel crops
- Glamping pods – It is important to note, you must own the land if you want finance for Glamping pods.
If you’re still in need of some inspiration, here is 400+ farm diversification ideas.
Amongst other application requirements, we will ask for a well thought out business plan to help with your proposal.
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