Farm walks 2014

We have organised a number of farm walks over the coming months throughout the UK. Please see below for more information.

Our series of 25 farm walks covers a broad spectrum of enterprises with the aim of sharing innovation and novel techniques.

These events are open to all farmers and growers (organic or non-organic).

Attendance is free at the farm walk although prior booking is essential. For some of the farm walks, we may invite a guest speakers to present on a specific technical issue. These seminars are optional although a charge may be incurred to cover speaker costs. Please see individual farm walks below for more information.

You can download a full list of farm walks here.

How to book your place

  1. Click on the link for the farm walk you wish to attend - all farm walks are listed individually below in date order. More detailed information about each farm is also included.
  2. Once you have opened the page, simply on click on the "Book your place" button at the bottom of the page.

Farm walk: The Croft, Cumbria

18 September 2014

The Croft, Houghton, Carlisle, Cumbria, CA3 0LD

We have a herd of pedigree Longhorn cattle and a flock of Mule ewes all meat is sold direct from the farm or at Farmers' markets. I am hoping to enter a share farming agreement next year with a young...

Farm walk: Coldcot Farm, Wiltshire

23 September 2014

Coldcot Farm, Stourton, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 6QR

We are an organic farm with a farm shop - (Stourhead farm shop) which has been open for 8 years now. Coldcot Farm comprises of 350 acres with a beef and dairy enterprise. We provide educational visit...

Farm walk: Walcot Organic Nursery, Worcestershire

24 September 2014

Walcot Organic Nursery, Lower Walcot Farm, Drakes Broughton, Pershore, Worcestershire, WR10 2AL

Fruit tree growers - apples, plums, pears, cherries, etc on various rootstocks. Demonstration orchard. Tress available bare rooted from late November through the winter. Can grow to order with planni...
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