What Makes Us Different?

Edfords Farm is focused on creating better access to organic certified food while looking to make our products affordable.

The Farm has been Organic since January 2022, we raise everything here but cattle so all the pork, lamb, chicken and turkey sold will be directly from our farm with organic beef sourced by local farmers following a similar ethos to Edfords approach of farming with nature in mind.

We're a small family business using minimal machinery, local staff and farming with nature at the forefront of everything we do.

Eating with the seasons from local farms isn't just great for the planet with its reduced carbon footprint, plastic use and wastage but it's also great for you, you will have variety all year around, try things you haven't eaten before and eliminate a lot of the preservatives used in food manufacturing.

Our butchery is completely Gluten free with all of our sausages, burgers and bacon being made up of a minimum of 95% meat and only natural organic ingredients added for flavour.

Most Sausages & burgers contain unnecessary preservatives, they add nothing to the flavour which is why we don't add anything to our products which isn't needed to make a great tasting sausage or burger.

All our packaging is sustainable by either being compostable at home or recyclable, we think it's important that our packaging matches the rest of the farm's ethos and plays a part in working with nature.

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  • Organic

    We keep native rare breeds at Edfords raising Norfolk Horns and Jacob Sheep as well as Gloucester Old Spot and Large Black Pigs. These breeds are suited to an organic farming system and can live outside happily throughout their lives, they are slower growing breeds so while we do offer lamb most of the lambs live over a year to produce Hogget and our pigs typically live at least twice as long as those raised commercially, these long lived animals produce a better, more flavoursome meat.

  • Sustainable

    Keeping animals for meat on a mass scale is not a sustainable model for the meat industry, large scale production means a vast number of pigs and poultry are raised indoors.

    All of our livestock are raised outside in their natural environment, we keep small numbers and encourage people to eat less and buy better meat, this model is sustainable and practical.

  • Ethical

    Edfords raises all our chickens, ducks, geese and turkeys outside, they have access to the same type of lush herbal leys as the sheep, having a traditional meadow type grass with numerous varieties of flowers and herbage is not only great for our stock but also for the wildlife which shares our farm with us. We encourage all kinds of wildlife to benefit from Edfords Farm through our way of farming naturally.

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