Court Farm has been farmed by the Norris family for over 100 years and has always been farmed in both a traditional and sustainable way with a good rotation of crops, grass and livestock. We grow a variety of crops and rear beef and sheep with plenty of fields, trees and hedgerows supporting an abundance of wildlife.
Half of the farm is arable where crops of wheat, barley, oilseed rapeseed and oats are grown. We have over 100 cattle and 350 breeding ewes which are Suffolk crosses and Welsh Mules. All the cattle are Hereford X and are sold to a leading supermarket as traditional Hereford Beef. All stock is fed entirely on silage and cereals grown on our farm. The ewes lamb in late March and produce over 500 lambs which are grown on the farm through the summer before being finished in the autumn and winter and sold through local markets.
Court Farm is a member of a farm assurance scheme, which allows us to sell our produce with the Red Tractor mark. The farm is also part of a Countryside Stewardship Scheme which encourages plants and wildlife on the farm by using grass and flower margins around arable fields, having areas of low input grassland, herbal leys and managing our hedgerows, which is a government supported conservation scheme
Breakfast to suit your individual taste and diet using local and seasonal ingredients.
Two spacious, individual rooms overlook a cobbled yard and traditional country garden.
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Country Walking Magazine Jan 2017