News From The Farm
The First Lambs of Spring

The First Lambs of Spring

It may still feel like the depths of winter, but seeing the first lambs of the year means spring must surely be just around the corner?
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Free Range vs Properly Free Range

Free Range vs Properly Free Range

We believe in 'growing something good' and that's why our chickens are Properly Free Range!
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Goose Glorious Goose

Goose Glorious Goose

At Pipers Farm we're championing delicious, traditional free-range goose this Christmas.
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Christmas is Coming, the Goose is Getting Fat

Christmas is Coming, the Goose is Getting Fat

As Christmas approaches, Pipers Farm is a hive of industry.
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Blaze of Glory

Blaze of Glory

Autumn has delivered a spectacular display this year - but why does this happen and what lies ahead?
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A Drop of Proper Home Brew

A Drop of Proper Home Brew

It’s autumn, it’s the West Country, it’s time to brew some cider. Well, it’d be rude not to, wouldn’t it?
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Supporting Family Farms not Factory Farms

Supporting Family Farms not Factory Farms

We believe in embracing traditional, sustainable farming methods, and so do so many others out there. That is why we support 25 small family farms as part of the Pipers Farm family.
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Farewell to Magdalen Road

Farewell to Magdalen Road

From this Saturday 29th October, Pipers Farm will be closing our shop in Magdalen Road. As you are well aware for 30 years Pipers Farm has passionately championed traditional farming methods over ‘factory farms’ and we have seen a rise in demand by both consumers and local chefs for ethically farmed food.
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Through the seasons

Through the seasons

How life on Pipers Farm is ruled by the seasons, but not as you might expect.
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Seeing Eye to Eye With Fly

Seeing Eye to Eye With Fly

Clare employs underhand tactics to persuade Fly the sheepdog to work for her.
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Fly and the Invisible Woman

Fly and the Invisible Woman

What happens when you put together an experienced sheepdog and an inexperienced sheepdog handler? You may already have guessed...
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It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas...

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas...

It may be the height of summer, but at Pipers Farm we've already got our eye on Christmas dinner.
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How we make our Sausages

How we make our Sausages

Pipers Farm sausages, made using ingredients your grandmother would recognise and nothing else.
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Slow Grown or Industrial Pigs? You Choose..

Slow Grown or Industrial Pigs? You Choose..

There is a lot in the press and on social media currently about the need for pigs to live decent lives. Its nothing new to us at Pipers Farm...
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Habitat Generation

Habitat Generation

Last winter we created a new hedgebank here on Pipers Farm, read how it is establishing 6 months on..
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Hitting the headlines this week

Hitting the headlines this week

Hitting the headlines this week was another food chronicle that reminds us that what we eat is of paramount importance to our health. As the old saying goes “you are what you eat”.
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Weeding out the Himalayan Balsam

Weeding out the Himalayan Balsam

While surveying our River Field, I discover am and take action to ensure it does not spread downstream.
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Great Taste Awards 2015

Great Taste Awards 2015

We won! We are very happy to announce another three Gold Star Great Taste Awards have been added to our trophy cabinet.
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Rescue Hens

Rescue Hens

We have some new arrivals here at Pipers Farm, 6 battery hens that we have rescued to become part of the Pipers Farm family, here to help us educate our visitors of all things chicken.
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Welcoming Root Camp to Pipers Farm

Welcoming Root Camp to Pipers Farm

Pipers Farm welcomed Root Camp on to the farm for a fun and educational day of all things food, farming and sustainability.
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