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« on: November 26, 2019, 10:37:49 AM »

Went out yesterday to reaffirm a pasture permission on the edge of a village( only been out once before but farmer was great) so then I see a long disused farm ( all the barns have been converted into holiday homes etc) so I asks 1 of these people if they know who owns the land and I explained why.. Yes he says and these fields have never been ploughed as far as he knows but the new owner as just ploughed them all OK so I sets off to see new owner.. Yes mate anytime no problem he says( about 250 acres) and he said it was just a dairy and sheep farm but now it's all arable and as far as he knows nobody been swinging on there.. So will see what occurs the weekend.
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« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2019, 01:11:05 PM »

Cracking Smiley - that's what you want to hear Smiley - Although sheep farms only need one man and his dog....

There are some pasture fields on my permission that, should the farmer ever plough them I would take a week off and camp there!
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« Reply #2 on: November 27, 2019, 11:34:11 AM »

Cheers probono.. I think the farm was far livelier in the past.large farmhouse and a range of barns all stone with slit windows and a big central courtyard. There is only 1 field that is usually arable arable and on the lidar there is evidence of a further 2 about 25 acres each being ploughed in the past.. I field according to pastscape has medieval ridge and furrow, lynchets, and tracks this particular field is bordered by a sunken lane where the bank is at least 7ft high and there are 2 fields next to a Norman Church, so looks good but only time and a bit of swinging  will tell.
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