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Appeal: Mobile home allowed on proposed Newbury pig farm

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A mobile home can be sited on a proposed pig farm near Newbury for three years after an inspector decided that the business is likely to remain viable in the longer term.

Murray noted that financial projections for the business predict about £19,000 a year from the sale of pigs together with some £15,000, rising to about £25,000 in year three, from direct sales from the farm shop. The gross profit each year is expected to be about £43,000 from the farming enterprise after three years.

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