organically grown produce
£2 for six eggs from organically fed hens
Anton, our smallholding‘s lovely cream legbar cockerel, fed by our grandma, keeping an eye on his organically fed free roaming hens laying delicious eggs.
The girls are laying again. Six delicious eggs from our ducks for only £2.
Mo with his two girls, Millie and Michele, who are laying one perfect egg almost every day. You boil those for exactly six minutes and the egg white is firm and the yolk is creamy and soft. There are no better eggs than those.
GOOSE eggs are back to be eaten. They are so yummy. £1.50 per egg.
We are laying BIG eggs but only in spring. You need a lot of soldiers when you are boiling them. We have a big fan, a really tall man who wears a long robe on Sundays. Fried up side down with some cheddar on a slice of homemade wholemeal organic bread is Christoph’s absolute favourite.
More exciting produce from Rails Farm in 2020
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Organically (not certified) reared meat from Shetland sheep is waiting to be served on your dinner table. Only £10 per kilo. Please call 01963 23818 or firstname.lastname@example.org. All our customer are absolutely delighted by the flavour.
Sheep and alpaca wool
Selling spun wool from our sheep and alpaca. We offer pure sheep wool and blended sheep/alpaca wool in natural colours. Dyed wool with natural dyes in future. For the spinners, we have carded pure Shetland wool tops for only £5 for 50 grams.
Knitters have the opportunity to purchase yarn of blended Shetland/Alpaca (15%) wool for only £7.50 for 50 grams.
This picture shows the bee hives in winter when all the bees are resting and ensuring that their queen is nice and warm. However, they start flying out to collect pollen and nectar as the weather warms up.
2020 May/June will be the next harvest.
Vegetables (from May 2020)
All natural produce is grown without pesticides or herbicides and no artificial fertiliser
Chard ++++++ Beetroot ++++++ Courgettes ++++++ Parsley ++++++ Pumpkins ++++++ Basil +++++ Rhubarb
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2018 pumpkin harvest on our smallholding
We have successfully grown vegetables like chard, beetroot, courgettes, tomatoes and pumpkins