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Conservation Work 

The land is our most valuable asset. With this in mind, preserving, restoring and protecting this is central to our farming practices. We are committed to ensure that we “tread lightly” to ensure that we leave our patch in a healthy, fertile state for future generations.



History of Mill Farm

We have been farming organically for over fifteen years. During this time, many changes have been made that we feel have had a really positive impact on our land and landscape. We have established several miles of new hedgerows and field margins, planted hundreds of trees, fenced off sensitive river banks (to prevent erosion), created areas of wild bird cover to provide vital winter food, reinstated traditional field boundaries and much more……and all of this alongside and in harmony with our core farming activities – producing great tasting, high quality Beef, Lamb and Pork.

The Future of Mill Farm

We are continually striving to find ways to improve what we are doing and are always open to new ideas and opportunities that fit our goals. We want to continue to produce great tasting, high quality meat in an ethically sound and environmentally sensitive way.

We are currently working towards becoming completely pasture fed for our beef and lamb enterprises. We are members of the Pasture Fed Livestock Association (PFLA) and feel that achieving this goal and gaining accreditation for it will represent an important statement to our customers.