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Brynmawr farm. Shropshire Hills. Hill Radnors sheep.

Our organic hill farm (known as Brynmawr) is located in beautiful south-west Shropshire near the Welsh Border. It also lies within the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is a mixed farm, with cattle, pigs, alpacas, sheep, and a range of crops grown. (Certified with the Soil Association). The farm also includes the Shropshire Wildlife Trust’s Rhos Fiddle Reserve, a beautiful large expanse of upland moorland, grazed extensively on bilberry and heather with our livestock. We produce traditional breed beef cattle Highland and Hereford, sheep, including Hill Radnor, and Berkshire Pigs.
The cattle and sheep are particularly well adapted to grazing the habitats found on both the farm and the Wildlife Trust reserve. Crops grown include barley and oats, for feeding and littering the animals, as well as potatoes, carrots, leeks, and swedes. The farm is in a Natural England Higher Level Stewardship scheme, a ten-year agreement providing funding to farmers and other land managers who deliver significant environmental benefits on their land. Such environmental management compliments the organic system and includes hedgerow restoration, erection of bird and bat boxes, creation of wetland scrapes from birds such as Lapwing, late cutting of hay meadows to allow plants to flower set seeds, and reduced stocking rates of land in the spring to allow ground nesting birds to nest successfully.

Everything here is planned to protect the environment and promote physical health through healthy eating and mental health for everyone who shares this space with us as visitors, guests, students, or helpers.

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