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Discussion in 'Auctions and Property' started by czechmate, May 10, 2019.
Soissons? Can you still get that .. used to grow it years ago nice quality wheat and early too....
Yes we can still get it. It is of course a French variety so maybe better suited? I picked it for its early ness as it does turn hot and dry early. Hence liking barely but when I tried it at home I lost half of it during the winter with no drains.
It was the drains I bought this farm for
@JP1 must have put this extremely good thread in the depths of the forum .
Plenty of farms for sale in forage / Agricultural Matters .
its in an appropriate place if someone is seriously looking.
I started the thread here. I thought it was where it belongs...
But did think there isn’t a lot of traffic here
start another one back there then. with a link to this
Then if sometwitone moves it back here we'll start a riot....
Tempted. What's the soil like? Ring fence? Nearest town for schools?
Mrs teslacoils conveniently has a french degree......
Unusual for the local area, no rocks. It certainly isn't heavy: light sandy clay...
You didn't ask...
But I can't think that I've seen any Ginger people here
Hypothetic but Would you be able to let it as a whole if you so wished , or would French bureaucracy stand in the way of that ?
That’s a big question in our family
The answer is yes...
However, rents have a maximum which is circa half the sub. Hence the conflict in our family: my wife would have us let it out, I seriously struggle with the concept
Certainly you can rent out , you may never get it back though .
For yourself or your family there shouldn’t be any problem taking the farm back (at the end of term)
Which could be 18 years ?
Well it could be 25, or 3
Wasn 't aware they did short leases in france
Actually, next door has just been done for 1 year