Property firm warns that farmers should seek appropriate advice from an early stage.
New statistics reveal that increased production and prices boosted farming income to £5.6 billion last year.
Figures published on Thursday by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) reveal that food poisoning bacteria campylobacter was present in 70 percent of supermarket chickens tested over the first half of 2014.
The NFU claims its lobbying on land to be compulsorily purchased for HS2 has paid off
Defra minister Lord De Mauley said the department is implementing the recommendations outlined in last year's Future of Farming Review, but still suggested that there is a "Difficulty in attracting… young people to take up careers" in some areas of farming.