The current owners have gone back to the land and their sustainable farm produces animals and vegetables without the use of artificial fertilisers, pesticides, herbicides, hormones or antibiotics. They sell their products, and those of other local farmers, diary producers and cheesemakers in a converted barn at the farm. Their pigs are slaughtered weekly, the organic grass fed beef is hung for a week before being sold and a local dairy farm provides delicious creamy raw milk - great stuff.
On Saturday they held their first annual Bluegrass Festival. The farm market and outdoor cafe were open, the bands were fabulous, children ran free playing with grasses at the edge of the pond, adults danced and the sun shone most of the time.