The FTFIFP scheme launched on 19 January and closed for initial applications on 16 March 2022.
It was aimed at boosting food production by improving farm productivity through the use of cutting edge robotics and technology.
New slurry management systems
Farmers were also able to apply for grants towards new slurry management systems. This meant they could purchase equipment that lowers the acid in slurry which in turn increases the nutrients for plants and reduces ammonia emissions and pollution.
Doing this will contribute to government commitments to achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Find out more about the scheme on GOV.UK's Farming Investment Fund page.