Posted 28 October 2014
Watch the video on our YouTube channel.
Students and staff at Harper Adams University were able to learn about the latest developments to the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), when members of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers (CAAV) visited campus, recently.
Leading discussions was CAAV Secretary and Advisor, Jeremy Moody. A regular visitor to Harper Adams, Mr Moody is one of the country's foremost authorities on the CAP and how it affects farmers and landowners.
Following on from his visit last year, watch the video to hear about the latest developments.