Stamford-based Duncan & Toplis serves a feast for farmers at Cereal 2012

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AN ACCOUNTING firm has been feeding hundreds of farmers at an annual conference.

Duncan & Toplis, which has an office in Stamford, hosted its annual barbecue at Cereals 2012, the leading event for the UK’s arable sector, on Saturday and Sunday.

Staff served more than 1,000 fillet steak sandwiches to the hungry visitors who came to their stand in Boothby Graffoe, near Lincoln, over the weekend.

Partner Tim Godson said: “It’s always a pleasure to welcome our clients and professional contacts onto the stand for a drink and a bite to eat and we had well over 1,000 visitors over the two days.”

Knight Farm Machinery, based in South Luffenham, was also at Cereals 2012 showing off its latest product. The firm has developed its versatile Raven cultivator.