Pembrokeshire Dairy Farms Come to Market

Two major coastal dairy farms have come to the Market in Pembrokeshire, offering almost 1300 acres in total.

Corston Farm at Hundleton and Broadmoor Farm near Talbenny are the farms in question and represent two of the most significant farms to have come to the market in Wales over the last few years, according to selling agents Savills.

Broadmoor Farm covers more than 800 acres and, bordering the Pembrokeshire coastline, is home to modern milking facilities and housing for 400 cows.

The current owners have run it as a successful dairy farm in conjunction with Corston Farm, as part of a bigger vegetable and farming firm in England.

The farm currently houses a herd of 400 Holstein Friesans, that produce an average of 9,500 litres per cow for cheese production and has the potential to expand and milk a bigger herd.

Although it is currently dairy farmed, a significant proportion of the land has been arable farmed in recent times and, with a coastal influence, is known as being “early.”

There are five residential dwellings in the farm; tow houses adjacent to the main farmyard, a main farmhouse set away from the main farmyard and a further farmhouse and cottage on an adjoining holding.

Furthermore, there are two semi-detached houses on the edge of the main farmyard that have been used for staff accommodation in the past.

The main farm is well served by a range of substantial modern portal frame outbuildings all set round a thoughtfully designed farmyard complex, while most of the land is down to grass with areas of woodland and the coastal cliff land.

The farm’s northern and western edges border the coastline and feature a small pebbly beach called Mill Haven.

Broadmoor Farm is currently on the market with a £6.2 million guide price for the whole site or can be bought in three lots.


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