England, Wales and Scotland have seen a number of smaller arable and livestock holdings come to the market as autumn proceeds.
Dairy units, versatile properties and productive blocks of land are also on offer from Perth to Pembrokeshire and Devon.
This year’s prolonged uncertainty over Brexit and future farm policy has kept the market tight, with supply down 40% on this time in 2018, but demand remains as strong as ever.
Thorny Knowe, Longtown, is on the market with H&H Land & Estates with a guide price of £2.375m.
The stock farm includes 277 acres, a three-bedroom house with planning consent for an extension, and a range of modern farm buildings.
McCartneys has launched 185-acre Deepmoor Farm in Bucknell on the border of Herefordshire and Shropshire.
Available as a whole for £1.95m or in two lots, it includes pasture and arable land, a six-bedroom farmhouse and both modern and traditional farm buildings.
In Perth and Kinross, Galbraith is selling 141 acres of pasture and hill ground near Glendevon, by the Ochil Hills.
Including a telecoms mast generating an annual income and leased until January 2036, the land is for sale as a whole for offers over £180,000 or in two lots.
Stags has launched 138 acres of arable and grass land at Culsworthy, near Holsworthy, in west Devon.
It includes a barn with planning consent to convert to a four-bedroom house and is on the market for £1.049m as a whole or in two lots.
Home Farm in Richmond, North Yorkshire, is on the market with Carter Jonas with a guide price of £2.1m.
The livestock holding includes 135 acres, a modern equestrian facility, three cottages, a four-bedroom farmhouse, and a granary barn.
In Wrexham, north Wales, Atchams is selling Hope Hall by informal tender with a guide price of £1m.
It includes 101 acres of arable land, pasture and woodland, a four-bedroom house and a range of buildings.
Interested parties can view the property in 3D from the comfort of their own homes by using virtual reality goggles.
North Warcombe Farm, Ilfracombe, in north Devon, is on the market with Stags for £950,000.
The coastal livestock farm includes 44 acres, various buildings and a four-bedroom house with agricultural occupancy conditions.
Stags has also launched 83 acres of grade 2 arable land at Clannaborough Barton, Crediton, in mid-Devon.
The land is available for £750,000 as a whole or in two lots.
Near Cirencester in Gloucestershire, Strutt & Parker is selling 78 acres of pasture and woodland at Ampney Park as a whole or in two lots.
A four-bay, open-sided agricultural storage building is included and the guide price is £1m as a whole.
Barnards Hill Farm, Haverfordwest, in Pembrokeshire, is on the market with Savills and JJ Morris for £2.9m.
It is currently set up as a dairy unit but would also be suitable for a livestock or arable enterprise and includes 250 acres, farm buildings and a four-bedroom house.