Rent Per acre without BPS

Discussion in 'Agricultural Matters' started by westwood, Jan 13, 2019.

  1. westwood

    westwood Member

    Location:
    West Sussex
    What do you think people would be willing to pay to rent bare arable land with no bps or countryside stewardship. ( landlord keeping both) Am playing with figures and was just wandering especially With this brexit thingy turning into an utter shambles and the threat of a Corbyn lead government getter closer by the day
     
  2. bald on top

    bald on top Member

    Location:
    Gods own county
    Depends on how much you want to lose!
     
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  3. unlacedgecko

    unlacedgecko Member

    Location:
    North Lincolnshire
    How much income can you generate from it?
     
  4. £0 for cereals on 3-3.5 ton land
     
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  5. DeeGee

    DeeGee Member

    Location:
    North East Wales
    That’s what it should be but we all know lthat economic reality goes out of the window when it comes to grabbing rented land.
     
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  6. spin cycle

    spin cycle Member

    Location:
    north norfolk
    1/2 tonne of wheat
     
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  7. Frank-the-Wool

    Location:
    East Sussex
    West Sussex could be on Chichester Plain and be Grade 1 land so always worth money even without any other income other than the crop.
    However if marginal tired Downland on the north escarpment then I think you are best to walk away!
     
  8. Tarw Coch

    Tarw Coch Member

    Current rent minus BPS
     
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  9. kiwi pom

    kiwi pom Member

    Location:
    canterbury NZ
    Would it not depend on the duration of the rent agreement?
     
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  10. kamloops

    kamloops Member

    Location:
    Kent
    £40/ac on good land. Anything more and you are being a busy fool!
     
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  11. David.

    David. Member

    Location:
    J11 M40
    Well, About £100/ac to the current £180/ac heroes, I imagine.
     
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  12. Ring fenced? 10 year agreement? How many acres? Can i build a parlour on it?
     
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  13. buffalo_soldier

    Location:
    cumbria
    Blimey location. £100 just gets you a summer graze/cut license round here.
    If you could dig it up and send it north and I could send a house down as a back load. We be talking then.
     
  14. Forage Trader

    Forage Trader Member

    Location:
    Ceredigion
    £40/ acre is an insult
     
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  15. TomB

    TomB Member

    Location:
    Wiltshire
    Probably. But as said plenty of poorer land isn’t going to earn its tenant that. Rents will fall as farmers start to run out of cash.

    But if an entrepreneurial @Beef farmer wants to milk some cows on it then who knows what will happen.
     
  16. Headless chicken

    Location:
    West Wales
    We pay £110 an acre to have “control” AYR not a penny more.
     
  17. simmy_bull

    simmy_bull Member

    Location:
    North Yorkshire
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  18. watcher72

    watcher72 Member

    For some it will be what their forward budgets allow, for others it will depend on how big a balls they think they may have!

    Is there any labour nearby that's willing to milk cows?
     
  19. You may get it for less though and I would think the land will improve quite easily from what it is, depends on the length of term offered.
     
  20. smj1

    smj1 Member

    I would pay £100 an acre for that farm if it didnt have another cottage there. Its an absolute pain having someone else living that close.
     

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