17th February 2017
Supply and demand are (almost) marching in step, which is better than the usual “feast or famine” situation we often see in the pig industry but, if anything, forward numbers appear to be on the tight side and if this coincides with a seasonal early spring improvement in demand, we could have a competitive few months ahead of us.
Although the SPP eased for the fifth week in succession, it has only dropped by an overall total of 1.58 when compared with its mid January peak and still stands at a very respectable 149.66p.
Peter Crichton FAAV has over 40 years' experience and specialises in providing clients with a wide range of independent professional advice in connection with rural matters including Tenancy Agreements, rent reviews, the sale and valuation of farm machinery, probate, tax and year end valuations.
Peter is also heavily involved in pig industry consultancy work and markets weaners, finishers and cull sows on a live and deadweight basis throughout the region.
Meet The Team
Thomas Long BSC (Hons) ND Ag who also farms locally and has wide experience with Contract Farming Agreements, Rural Payments Agency work and providing advice and consultancy assistance over an extensive range of farming issues.
Caroline Chamberlain is Peter's personal assistant and a trainee agricultural valuer providing secretarial and auction administration support as well as managing the property side of the business and dealing with professional rural land agency work.
Rita McGregor is responsible for livestock invoicing and payments, VAT and accounts administration and running the client account as well as being an invaluable member of Peter's auction accounts office team.
Tracy Flux provides Peter with secretarial assistance, website support and associated administrative duties.
Cameron McKenna BSc (Hons) MRICS ND Ag provides Peter with town and country planning advice, including justification reports and submitting planning applications for projects large and small, specialising in agricultural buildings.
Peter Crichton - The Clockhouse - 6 Northgate Avenue - Bury St. Edmunds - Suffolk - IP32 6BB
Tel: 01284 701304 / Fax: 01284 701165
It is with great sadness that the Easey family have announced the death of Malcolm Easey on the 29th January 2017, following a brief illness bravely borne.
The funeral service will be held at Horham Baptist Chapel, Suffolk, IP21 5ER at 12 noon on 18th February. Reception at the Bull Auberge, Yaxley, IP23 8BZ afterwards.
The family requests that mourners should wear something colourful. No flowers please.
Donations to the RNLI and Macmillan Cancer Support c/o Rackham’s Funeral Services, 43 Stanley Road, Diss, IP22 4BN