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101 Acres Of Stubble Turnips, Rangemore

Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, DE13 9DF

101 acres of Stubble Turnips and 35 acres of Wheat Fallow available for winter grazing

annually £12

To Let

Property description

101 Acres of Stubble Turnips and 35 Acres of Wheat Fallow Available for Winter Grazing.

The land is split into eleven stockproof fields with water troughs and hardcore tracks to each.

The land is available from the 28th November 2023 to 28th February 2024.

The land is being marketed via private treaty — Offers invited by 15th November.

Please contact Joe Powell or Toby Galliers at Balfours to arrange a viewing of the land or for further details:

Joe—Mob: 07943 136237 / E:

Toby—Mob: 07970 371488 / E:

The land is available to let as a whole on a 3 month grazing license.

Permitted fees


A little bit about

South Stafford

Staffordshire is a landlocked ceremonial county which is hilly to the north and south with borders on the southern end of the Pennines, the Peak District National Park and Cannock Chase (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) in the south. The River Trent flows through the county and is the third longest river. Staffordshire is famous for a number of Iron Age tumuli and Roman Camps.

The village of Codsall offers good transport links to Wolverhampton and Birmingham and boasts several independent businesses such as award-winning butchers, haberdashery shops and specialist clothing boutiques. Burton-upon-Trent is famous for brewing beer and was known as the capital of brewing in Britain. Located above the National Forest and on the River Trent it offers a landscape of rolling farmland, ancient forests and newly planted woodlands.

Shugborough is a historic estate with a mansion, gardens and farms offering a great family day out. Cannock Chase is a beautiful forest with walking trails, biking paths and picnic areas great for outdoor enthusiasts. There are numerous wildlife centres to visit along with a birds of prey centre.

Stafford is noted for a host of schools, both within the state and private sector. Wolverhampton Grammar and Wolverhampton Girls High School are both highly regarded in the south of the county. Along with Yarlet School to the North and Repton to the West. Stafford also has two universities in the county; Keele which is known as a public research university and Staffordshire University.

Staffordshire is located in the centre of England making travel extremely flexible. By rail, Staffordshire is served by a number of local and national routes with Stafford, Lichfield and Rugeley all connecting with London. The M6 motorway runs through the county from north to south with the M6 toll bypassing the county. International airports can be found at Manchester, Birmingham and East Midlands.

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South Stafford | Balfours