Auctions in year-end high

Shirley, Andrew
October 2006
Farmers Weekly;10/20/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 16, p74
Trade Publication
The article provides information on three dairy farms in England to be auctioned by land agent Wright Manley. Agent Graham Martyn advises that farmers claiming single farm payment should occupied farms earlier. The Hungerford Farm at Madeley in Cheshire is priced at £1.6 million Included in the Dove House Farm at Hough in Crewe is a four-bedroom farmhouse with two self-contained flats.


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