A fantastic turnout for our farm tour!

We had lovely weather for our farm tour on Saturday, and lots of people came long to find out more about the farm!

Visitors enjoying the sunshine and learning about Low Carbon Farming

Visitors enjoying the sunshine and learning about Low Carbon Farming

We launched recruitment of new members of our Community Supported Agriculture scheme for a vegetable box from June 2014. There was a lot of interest in this and many people signed up on the spot! If you would like to join us to share the risks and rewards of farming, you can find out more, and download a membership form, here.

The pigs are always in the market for a good back scratch!

The pigs are always in the market for a good back scratch!

Seeing how the geese do their bit for low carbon farming...

Seeing how the geese do their bit for low carbon farming…

This polytunnel is planted up with crops for the winter and all important "hungry gap" of April/May

This polytunnel is planted up with crops for the winter and all important “hungry gap” of April/May

 

 

 

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