A mid-Wales broiler farm with IPPC permitting for up to 228,000 birds has come onto the market as part of a larger farm sale.
Marketed by Strutt and Parker, Ddol Farm is one of three farms for sale either together or in eight lots.
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In addition to the broiler farm, two mixed arable farms known as Grevodig and Vronganllwyd are offered with a guide price for the three farms set at £11,975,000.
The three farms total about 731 acres in all.
Ddol Farm is described as a “modern well-equipped broiler unit with IPPC for up to 228,000 birds, five biomass boilers in receipt of RHIs and a three bedroom bungalow”.
There is an off-lying block of land known as Cwmllechwedd Fawr, with a five-bedroom country house and traditional farm buildings.
Grevodig Farm includes a four-bedroom farmhouse (subject to Agricultural Occupancy Conditions) and a range of modern agricultural buildings.
Vronganllwyd Farm includes a four-bedroom farmhouse and a range of modern agricultural buildings.
About 396 acres is currently in arable cropping, 251 acres in pasture and 55 acres of woodland. The vendors have consent to plough about 36 acres of pasture land and put it into arable cropping.
The land offers scope for continued use as agricultural land or potential for alternative uses such as tree planting, carbon capture and natural capital, subject to the relevant consents.