Cautious farmers looking for income opportunities from non-agricultural activities have typified the East Anglian farmland market in 2016. The region’s agents say buyers have been drawn to land with strategic or diversification potential, while sellers have disposed of land to free up cash for alternative investments. Forced sales as a result of low farmgate prices are not evident, and competition for tenancies remains fierce. Mark Russell, rural partner at Carter Jonas, Cambridge Establishing itself as the most highly sought asset […]