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Category Archives: pigs
A huge thank you to everyone who spend last weekend battening down the hatches at the farm in preparation for Storm St Jude. The scene this afternoon was far less catastrophic than I had feared: all the animals were fine, … Continue reading
We had lovely weather for our farm tour on Saturday, and lots of people came long to find out more about the farm! We launched recruitment of new members of our Community Supported Agriculture scheme for a vegetable box from … Continue reading
At present the CSA is only able to stay afloat thanks to grant funding from The Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and others, and by myself and Tom being prepared to work on a self-employed basis for only £750 per month each. … Continue reading
Aren’t our two new Berkshire piglets lovely? They arrived this morning!
A big “thank you” to Suffolk ACRE Local Foods who have generously given The Oak Tree Farm a grant of £181 for our training plans… CSA members will enjoy a WIld Food Harvest Skillshare on 11th May, and a Preserving … Continue reading
It is always a joy to welcome new animals to the farm, and these pigs, as well as being ridiculously cute, include the first pigs to be offered to CSA members, but do hurry to get your order in as … Continue reading
We are now inviting CSA members, old and new, to order a side of Oak Tree Pork! It really is delicious, so do order your half pig now.
Blossom and her family taking a first walk outside after the piglets’ arrival. Eight of these charming piglets are due to arrive at The Oak Tree in the next few weeks.
Here is the lovely Blossom with her piglets enjoying their first breakfast! These are the next pigs to come to the farm in a few weeks time… aren’t they adorable?!