British Farmers 


The idea that a man and his family might live on their inherited ground, stay rooted as citizens of their local community, and pass on their land to the next generation may likely disappear in this century. Economic, political and social forces are overwhelming the small family farms in the UK. Farming is viewed by many economists like any other industry sector: as a set of resources – land, labor, capital and management – to be made. But farming is much more than this. It has important social, political, cultural and historical meaning. During this project I visited three family farms, The Morphet farm, Clegg farm, and the Almond farm in the Cheshire area.


Radka Dolinska 



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