Information on Government grants.
Welsh Farm Business Grant
The Welsh Government’s Farm Business Grant (FBG) will open ten windows for grant applications over the next four years as part of a £40 million pound allocation of grant funding available to farmers.
- Applicants only get one opportunity to apply for funding over the four year period in one of the 10 application windows
- The fourth application window is currently open and runs until 29th June 2018
- Applicants must attend a ‘Farming for the Future’ roadshow and business turnover must not exceed £1million
- Grant allocation will range from a minimum of £3,000 based on a £7,500 spend up to a maximum grant of £12,000 based on a £30,000 spend
Visit the Welsh Government Website for the ‘Farming for the Future’ roadshow dates or call the Farming Connect Service Centre on 08456 000 813. E-Mail FBG@wales.gsi.gov.uk for further details on application criteria and guidance notes.
Countryside Stewardship Grant
Available for Higher Tier. Only in conjunction with a land management option and if:
- a new management regime is being introduced on the site
- a substantial change in grazing management is needed
- livestock handling facilities are essential for carrying out the associated land management option
Targeted Agricultural Modernisation Scheme (TAMS) - Ireland
TAMS II first opened in June 2015 and is set to run until December 2020. This scheme is co-funded by the EU and the national exchequer under the Rural Development Programme (2014-2020) with a total allocation of over €395m over its duration. TAMS II aims to provide farmers with grant aid to improve and/or build a specific range of farm buildings or purchase equipment that may benefit their farm businesses.
Contact our Irish distributor for help and any questions: email@example.com
Leader Grant - England and Scotland
A total of £138 million has been made available between 2015 and 2020 under the LEADER grant scheme. We are aware that there is LEADER grant money available for agricultural business. This grant money is discretionary and is allocated locally. You can apply to your Local Action Group (LAG) for funding for projects that create jobs, help your business to grow, and benefit the rural economy.
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