I lost a packet on the cooks,bought and sold at the worst times. First group got shot of most of them on the bell of the RI announcement day luckily and dabbled since but out for now. Was wary of the yield value trap so was a nervous holder(says the guy with man group,CLIG,HSD,ELLA and just about every other high yielder in his o/f!!!).
Ag land depends on the size of the parcel as much as any other factors particularly 'hope factor' on pp potential. Smaller plots of a few acres about 8-10 an acre as the pony paddock brigade look for c.2 horses an acre. Woodland plots are a bit different as they appeal to more eccentric buyers in a way. Large acreages of farmland the price drops per acre but they are unlikely to split/sub divide hence the smaller plots are proportionally higher value.
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