Farmer Stories

NFFN England Blog

April 2021 VOICES  Martin Hole, Montague Farm, East Sussex Nirmal Purja, on completing his unique winter climb to the summit of K2, reflected that “Mother Nature always has...

NFFN Northern Ireland Blog

April 2021 Short supply chains for the benefit of nature – the increasing demand for local produce – Helen Keys We’ve seen a slowly growing demand for local produce over the last few years as c...

Tim Morrow NI Farmer

Tim Morrow farms at Streamvale Farm, a dairy farm situated in the Castlereagh Hills above Dundonald. Tim has worked on the farm since his return from a stint at Newcastle University in 1980. During his time, there has been some noticeable changes...

Farm Case Study: Joel Kerr

Joel Kerr farms at Tyghan Farm, a 32-hectare organic poultry farm. He produces free range organic chickens, alongside small herds of native breed Shorthorn cattle and Dorset horn sheep, which he sells for meat directly to farmers markets....

Farming for nature pays off for Wimpole

Nature and soil health are flourishing at the National Trust’s Wimpole Home Farm near Cambridge according to the results of a full ‘health-check’ into its biodiversity, carbon levels and levels of public accessibility. The resu...