Silcock, Tim
September 2008
Farmers Weekly;9/19/2008, p31
Trade Publication
The author looks at the trends in the farmland market in Great Britain in 2008. He highlights the differential between small and large blocks of arable land primarily aimed at neighbors or expansive farmers, and the traditional, equipped holding. He observes that the at the top end of the market for commercial arable blocks and those with residential elements, premiums continue to be achieved.


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