Is a farm considered a business with regards to eligibility for government loans and grants?
If your farm is operated for the purpose of selling its products, to act as a source of trade or tourism, or so on, then it is considered a small business enterprise. As such, your farm is qualified to receive government loans and grants if you otherwise prove eligible for funding. In fact, considering how important farms are to the economy, your farm may even be eligible for special agricultural loans and grants. For reliable assistance on researching and / or applying for government loans and grants, give UKStartups.org a call so our qualified representatives can assist you. We can be reached at 020 3880 8554 or through our web site.
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