One county farm in Wales and one holding in England owned by an agricultural society are up for tender.
Powys County Council is letting 116-acre stock rearing unit Tanyffordd, in Cemaes, on a farm business tenancy from 1 June 2019 to 24 March 2031.
It includes a Grade II listed three-bedroom house, a range of buildings, and pasture, arable and hill land.
Additional land, known as the Maes Y Llan land, of around 3.6 acres will be let to the successful applicant under a separate, annual FBT.
Applicants can view the holding on Friday 26 April and must submit their tender document by 11am on Wednesday 8 May.
To arrange a viewing or request particulars, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01686 611 812.
Trafford Farm was bequeathed to Lincolnshire Agricultural Society (LAS) by Sheila Trafford in 2015 because she supported the charity’s aims of educating the county about food, farming and a sustainable environment.
The 465 acres of arable land surround the village of Carlton Le Moorland, between Lincoln and Newark and have grown potatoes, sugar beet and maize.
A four-bedroom house, yard with buildings and a paddock are available as optional additions, which would extend the holding to 477 acres.
Jane Hiles, LAS chairman, said: “This is a great opportunity for our charity and for young farmers in Lincolnshire and beyond.
“We hope to receive some interesting proposals from prospective tenants, which, as well as providing an opportunity to farm the land, will enable the charity to fulfil the late Miss Trafford’s wish that her farm support the education of young people in agriculture.”
Trafford Farm will be let for a minimum of six years on a farm business tenancy through agents JH Walter from 1 October 2019.
The holding is available to view on Friday 12 April or by separate arrangement and the application deadline is 12 noon on Friday 10 May.
For more information visit JH Walter’s website.