March Farm Updates

March Farm Updates

Well its been another busy month again! Crazy how fast it has flown, and even crazier to think its only one more month till the summer event season kicks off in May! On the farm its been the usual spring time bliss, we’ve been busy getting the polytunnels ready...
February Farm Updates

February Farm Updates

Well, February has been a superb month! Despite all our best intentions, a series of post-christmas excuses meant that we didn’t actually start our feeder fronts until the beginning of february! (we had hoped to have got them out of the way pre-kidding season!)...
January Farm Updates

January Farm Updates

Well, welcome to our new years resolution! We felt that we should be better at informing you all what we’ve got going on up the farm! So here’s our start! We usually take a break from the Markets for the first few weeks of January, when the markets are...
Goatober & Why Goat is Great

Goatober & Why Goat is Great

This year all of us here at Broughgammon Farm are excited to get behind #goatober- an initiative to promote goat meat and it’s story. Since we’ve been farming kid goats we’ve absolutely loved sharing the story about why eating goat is not only...
Why Eat Rose Veal?

Why Eat Rose Veal?

“To banish veal for ever from our shopping list and our menu is to condemn potential veal calves to a heinous fate.” Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall We decided to farm veal about 2 years ago for a simple reason. It’s unethical not to. We’ve answered some of the most...

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