Triggering Factors of Change in 2022’s Farming

The following two areas are likely to see the most transformation during the coming year in agriculture: 1) alterations to support schemes, and 2), a concentration on the environment.

Rural areas are facing a period of revolutionary change. At Christmas, when people traditionally look to the future, it’s interesting to think about where new income streams could be found.

While there are a lot of issues to address, we think that businesses in the countryside have huge potential. If they do things properly and make some changes, they could see some great results.

Factors that may Trigger Change in Farming in 2022

Here are some of the key points to consider when you want to achieve a possible agricultural change by next year.

1-Carbon Credits

Carbon credits for rural businesses could bring new opportunities and income. But before selling carbon credits, people should understand how the market works and the long-term implications for their business.

2-Renewable Energy

Solar developers are likely to see a boom as the UK works to become carbon-neutral by 2050. Farmers and landowners are being encouraged to make use of their land, while the need for storage is expected to rise.

3-Environmental and Social Governance

Corporate efforts to offset their carbon emissions are turning former food-producing land into forestland. This creates opportunities for forest stewardship and rewilding but also threatens farmers’ livelihoods.