Mid Lowes Farm, New Cumnock, Ayrshire, KA18 4PN
A productive stock rearing farm within a ring fence extending to 219.82 acres (88.96 hectares) or thereby. Traditional farmhouse (EPC F) forming part of the original close, modern farm cottage (EPC E), mix of traditional and modern farm buildings.
The agricultural land extends to 219.82 acres (88.96 ha) or thereby, lying between 190m and 280m above sea level. The farm is ring fenced, albeit the A76 cuts through the lower section. On the better land of Mid Lowes, the soil is remarkably light with a sandy subsoil base. The land classification ranges from Class 4.1 to 5.2 according to the James Hutton Institute's Land Capability for Agricultural Classification. All the land is laid to grass, with 43.23 acres (18.71 ha) of silage and aftermath grazing. 145.55 acres (59.61 ha) of good permanent pasture (PGRS) and 28.04 acres (10.64 ha) of rough grazing (RG). The improved grass fields are capable of growing cereal crops and are all south facing.