The Company’s Director Tim Pare is responsible for farm management. He joined Loudham Estates
in 1986 after extensive large-scale experience elsewhere having
qualified at Hadlow College of Agriculture, Kent in 1975.
to day accounting, farm and field records etc are the
responsibility of Emma Powell who joined Loudham in 2002. Emma
is a member of the Institute of Agricultural Secretaries, a
position that brings a considerable comfort factor to owners
because of the wider support and cover that the IAgSA
provides. Administration & Correspondence support have been
provided by Sue Lane for over 15 years. Loudham has the ability to provide a full range of
data and financial reporting tailored to specific requirements.
In conjunction with Tim, day-to-day
operations are organised centrally with arable foreman Jim Tucker. All Staff are appropriately trained/qualified and care has been taken to ensure that
regulations arising under the SPS Cross Compliance, ELS and
other schemes are properly understood. Common courtesy and good
communication is essential with Landowners, upon whose land we are fortunate