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(this post is a bit late, we’ve been busy on the farm, but the pictures we too adorable not to post!) Farm member Hilary organised an Easter egg hunt on the farm, which was followed by chick holding organised by … Continue reading
A perfect pig move! Well done to grower John and team: you are truly the “pig whisperers”. Get ready to order your side of Oak Tree Pork for collection towards the end of April… details soon!
We’ve got moving our pigs onto fresh ground every fortnight down to a fine art – almost! Moving the pigs regularly makes for healthy pigs and healthy soil. We’ve never needed to use antibiotics on our pigs as they are … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who joined out annual guided farm tour yesterday, and welcome to our new members who signed up on the day! We are now inviting a strictly limited number of new members to join the farm Community … Continue reading
March is always a busy time of year on the farm, and our lovely members have risen to the challenge this month! Here are some photos of a recent working party, including a visit from the Ipswich Green Party Parliamentary … Continue reading
Lovely weather on the longest day of the year for the working party
Many thanks to everyone who came along to last Saturday’s working party. It is such a bus time of year, the more we do, the better our harvests will be in the weeks, months and even year to come…
Today’s first working party of the spring included lots of seed sowing, hoeing and raising our third Polytunnel, masterminded by Chris with his band of able volunteers!
Thanks to everyone who came along to this extra bank holiday working party! They don’t look much, but later in the year we hope they will yield a fabulous crop like last year! Joanne needed some pics of the various … Continue reading