What you’re likely to see and when you visit…
Seeding and Ploughing over the winter. The sheep are out in the fields eating the remains of the vegetables, fating them up for lambing come late March and April.
Life on the farms has begun and everything is coming to life, the lambs will be out in the fields and all the barley and oats shall be growing rapidly. Over the winter the historic Stonewalls might need re-laying so it’s a great time to show our guests this unique skill.
A busy time on the farms; harvesting, ploughing and reseeding. With our guests we can go out combining in the fields cutting the wheat late in the evening which is our favourite event of the Summer, picking black kale for dinner, and for young families bale jumping is sure to be a laugh!
The landscape is changing with the stunning foliage, and planting is beginning ready for the year ahead. Our brussel sprouts start to grow and are ready for picking in December.
If you want to see real England and be immersed in true authentic experiences on our farm and other farms we use there are endless amounts of activities from food tours, horseback riding archery, pig racing, clay-pigeon shooting, feeding animals and hot air balloon flights; you name it we can do it and most likely have done it!Contact Us