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  • Joined Apr 2014
« on: June 13, 2014, 12:04:05 pm »
Out of interest, what kind of prices are you guys paying for grazing? (and what type of land and deal are you getting for you money?)

The prices here are steadily rising, in large part due to the horsey crowd, who can afford to pay silly figures


  • Joined Mar 2013
  • holmfirth, west yorkshire
Re: Grazing
« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2014, 08:11:42 pm »
yea these horsey folk are a bit of a pain, paying silly money for land(renting or buying). not sure how there affording to keep them to be honest. hay prices are going up i'll say that lol.


  • Joined Apr 2014
Re: Grazing
« Reply #2 on: June 13, 2014, 08:16:49 pm »
It's just one of those things, folk are quite willing to out lay money on their hobbies with no return. So I guess if you only want a couple of acres for your horse, paying 200 - 250 an acre per year is fine.

But when you want to rent in the same area for grazing sheep, those kind of figures are just impossible to work with.

Picked up some more today though ranging between 50 and 100 an acre.


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