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Edworth Manor Farms

At the heart of Edworth Manor is the 1,000 acre farm, which produces farm-assured wheat, barley, pulses and oilseeds. The Manor features in the Domesday Book and has been in the same family for over 200 years.

Our crops are sold to be made into a range of foods from biscuits, to cooking oil and beer! Across the seasons you will see us busy preparing soils for planting, drilling seeds, putting on fertiliser and finally harvesting our crops in the summer. We hope you come back often to enjoy the changing seasons on the farm.

The farm is part of environmental schemes to enhance nature and biodiversity. We have permanent pastures, wildflower meadows and birdseed plots that provide feed for insects and small birds. The farm is also home to two communities of beehives, busily making honey from the crops and wildflowers. 

We have several areas of established woodland, linked by mature hedgerows and you can see some of our more recent tree and hedge planting as you approach the farm entrance.

The meeting room facilities next to the farmyard provide a perfect location for events for anyone involved in farming, interested in the countryside or looking to organise a training or team away-day with a difference. We're happy to look for opportunities to share what we do on the farm with all our visitors.

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