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Spring is finally here, bringing with it fresh grass, bursting buds and lots and lots of new lambs.
There are a few times of the year when the animals on Coombe Farm can’t contain their excitement, for the ewes and rams, it’s at shearing time.
If you were asked to guess how many species of the humble bee there were in the world, what would you say? Fifty? A hundred at a push?
Here at Coombe Farm, we look after the land following an organic and sustainable model.
We want them to live natural lives free from need or stress and we aim to carry that consideration all the way through to slaughter.
Here at Coombe Farm Organic, we farm by Soil Association rules. That means we respect the land, conserve wildlife and – perhaps most importantly – adhere to the highest standards of animal husbandry.
Harvest is probably the busiest time of the year for farmers and getting it right is crucial. A good harvest makes the difference between having enough feed to keep the animals full up over winter and having too little.
Here at Coombe Farm being organic means we’re very careful about how we manage the land
Answering one of the most commonly asked questions from our customers....
Diversification has been a focus for the trust. Its key aim is to invest in profitable rural businesses that create opportunities and enable the local community and economy to flourish.
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