Yeah - I would note that those prices I stated are for equipped land (with the benefit of any residential accommodation or farm buildings). And also that figures very and these averages are likely based on only a few sales:
Arable Farm - 300-500 acres with a house appropriate for the size of holding and modern buildings adequate for the business.
Dairy Farm - 150-250 acres with a house appropriate for the size of holding and modern buildings and accommodation for a commercial herd.
Mixed Farm - 200-500 mixed arable livestock with a house appropriate for the size of holding plus a mixture of modern and traditional buildings adequate for the business
Hill Farm - 1000 acres minimum with the majority over 1500 ft above sea level and comprising open mountain and moor land with a house appropriate to the holding and buildings adequate for the business
The average values for England and Wales are based on the opinions of value at 44 locations for arable land, 45 locations for dairy land, 55 locations for mixed land and 8 locations for hill land. The averages for Scotland are based on 7 locations. The published data is simple averages of all the reported locations within each region/country.