Mixed Farming & Produce
Babbinswood Farm, Whittington, Oswestry, Shropshire SY11 4PF
Babbinswood Farm is a true mixed farm, producing organic milk, lamb, pork, fruit and vegetables.
Casha and her husband, Adam, have returned back to the family farm in the hope of a local market for the farm's produce. A small dairy herd has been established and we are now producing and selling raw milk and yoghurt.
We pride ourselves in high animal welfare and calves are left with the from cows until they naturally wean themselves.
All the cattle are 100% pasture-fed and we are aiming to sell organic fruit and vegetable boxes from what we grow on the farm.
Conygree Farm, Aldsworth, Cheltenham GL54 3PW
We keep rare breed Cotswold sheep and Traditional Hereford cattle, and native breed pigs, producing delicious and award-winning lamb, hogget, mutton, beef and pork.
Our free-range cattle and sheep are reared on a natural diet of grass, wildflowers and herbs all year round. No artificial fertilisers, sprays, grains or imported soya are used.
Our organic and regenerative ‘pasture for life’ approach is better for the planet, our livestock, our soil and the consumer. We have a market garden producing fresh, seasonal, organic vegetables, salad and herbs. Everything is grown and picked by hand. We offer box delivery to your door (with a 10 mile radius of the farm) and sell direct from our pop-up shop.
All our meat and honey is sold direct from the farm to local customers. You can pre-order for collection or local delivery, or drop in and buy from our little pop-up farm shop.
Cornish Golden Grains
Resparveth Farm, Grampound Road, Truro, Cornwall TR2 4EF
Will & Larisa Radmore work the land at Resparveth Farm on the emphasis of low input, therefore trying to eliminate chemicals and artificial fertiliser as much as possible, putting grain quality before yield and supplying the product directly to the people who want it.
These grains they grow are not available on the open seed market so come from genetic banks where historic seeds are stored for future reference. They are supplied in quantities often less than 100 grains which take years to multiply and assess.
After harvest the wheat is cleaned, dried, then stored to mature at least six months. Then it is milled freshly in small quantities to maintain quality and freshness through a traditional stone mill.
You can order their range of wonderful wheat flour by emailing Will at