I asked for feedback on our tender, as its a good way to learn. £165 per acre was "Very low to the other tenders". Nothing wrong with only going to what you think the farm can sustain, but that puts all farm tenancies (even those with dilapidated buildings and houses) out of reach of all new entrants. That farm can only gain those prices of £200+ per acre if its being subsidised by another farm or farming family, 220 acres can only feed so many stock. Share Farming is the only way at present, build up your assets, stock machinery etc until you have more clout, but at these prices share farming is far more attractive if you can find the right partner.