5 ways to reuse your Pipers Farm box

After your order has arrived you may be wondering what to do with your Pipers Farm box. Fear not, we've listed our favourite ways in which to re-use them. With so much in this world being thrown aw...

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Countryfile Live

Join us this summer at Countryfile Live from the 2nd until the 5th August. It's set to ...

Home smoked bacon

Let's face it, nothing really is better than the smell of bacon. Crisped up to perfecti...

The Poetry of Pipers Farm

Over the years Pipers Farm HQ has become a place to gather, a place to inspire, to educ...

CO2 slaughter crisis

The reports this week of potential problems in the industrial abattoir sector caused b...

July on the farm

July is a wonderful month full of vibrancy. The fields are lush with vegetation, lon...

10 books every ethical carnivore should read

The cookbook shelf, a place to proudly sit your favourite collections of recipes that ...

What's the beef with eating meat?

There is a new buzz word in the air, a word that as soon as it leaves your mouth can in...

June on the farm

June, the official start of the summer with the solstice on the 21st. Nothing marks th...

Bristol Food Connections with River Cottage

We are really excited to be taking part in this year's Bristol Food Connections.  Bri...

5 of our favourite Ethical Restaurants in Bristol

Provenance and food ethics has become increasingly important to diners. No longer just ...

The Future of Meat - Hay Festival

Join us as we take the stage at world-renowned Hay Festival to discuss and debate the...

Why small abattoirs are a vital part of a sustainable food chain

A new report published by The Sustainable Food Trust has outlined that the UK’s networ...

May on the farm

May, the month in which the true start of summer begins. Thankfully the soil has now wa...

Inspiring People: Matthew & Iain Pennington

There are a few people out there whose words we find ourselves hanging on, who when we ...

A Collaborative Supper with The Ethicurean

Yesterday we were humbled. Humbled by the incredible talent and passion that lives wit...

April

April, what a contrast so far to that of March’s bitterly cold last grip of Winter. It ...

Turning our backs on industrial meat

Peter Greig turned his back on industrial farming, determined to find a better way. H...

Inspiring people: Naomi Devlin

There are a few people out there whose words we find ourselves hanging on, who when we ...

Top marks in the Telegraph

What an exciting week we have had. After months of hard work we finally hatched our bra...