The hotel is located at Brogade 1-3 in Svendborg, Denmark – see Svendborg map ».Danes have bought seven substantial farms in the past two years and there are plenty more expressing interest.He said many Danish farmers are now looking west, rather than east to Poland or Hungary, for land because it is easier to do business here and because most Danes speak English.
In Denmark Mr Helstrup farmed 250 acres of his own plus 50 acres of rented land until he sold some to buy in England.He has children of two, four and seven, and says he hopes to move full time to England when they are older.Hans Vestbirk, a farming consultant with Aubourn, the agri-business division of Savills, has family in Denmark.The most surprising aspect of the latest Danish invasion is that it is happening at a time when many British farmers are struggling to make a profit and accountants have advised them it would be more rational to get out of growing food crops. Farm land in Britain generally sells for £2,500 to £3,000 an acre, whereas in Denmark, which is currently enjoying an economic boom, an acre sells for £5,000 to £9,000.Jesper Helstrup, who farms 12 miles from the port of Esbjerg in Jutland, says that the English land is better than the sand on which he farms.
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He found Lincolnshire appealing because it has a warmer climate, the land yields more, and there are fewer environmental and land ownership regulations.
Mr Helstrup hopes to grow wheat, oil seed rape and winter barley on his new Lincolnshire farm and is undeterred by the prevailing low commodity prices.