Welcome to Farming Britain
It’s launch day for Farming Britain…
Feelings of excitement, nerves and joy.
Farming Britain is ran by one Young Farmer in the North-West of England, who is on a mission to highlight the fantastic, innovative farming businesses we have up, down and across Britain.
Why do this?
Could you shop more local?
Could you visit more farm-related businesses?
Could you eat more British food?
Could you support diverse agricultural businesses?
If the answer is “YES” to any of these questions, you’re in the right place.
It wasn’t until we asked ourselves these questions, did we realise we had no real idea what was around us.
The benefits to supporting British Farming are huge. From less food miles, better quality food, a more educated food system to name just a few.
We will be promoting the BEST of British Agriculture through a huge variety of businesses.
Butchers, Farm Shops, Doorstep Fruit & Vegetables, Meat Boxes, Milk Vending Machines, Ice Cream Parlours, Cheese Makers, Artisan produce and more.
Experience Days, Open Farm Days, Children’s Farm Parks, Cafe’s, Tea Rooms, Coffee Shops, Pick your Own and more.
Shepherd’s Hut, Glamping, Caravan Site, Camping, Bed & Breakfast, Self Catering Cottage and more.
Crafts, Gifts, Art & Design, Clothing & Accessories, Florists and more.
Advice & Support:
PR/Media & Advertising, Counselling, Accountancy & Financial Services, Agricultural Industry Experts and more,
We are here to put each and every one of these businesses ‘on the map’, to be discovered, supported and loved.
We will be publishing blog posts featuring many different types of diversified farm businesses, promoting what they have to offer, exploring their background in farming and all the information you need to support them.
We’re not just building a website, we’re building a community.
We hope you find everything you need whilst visiting. If you have any questions, please don’t to hesitate to get in contact with us.
“To lose the existence of our British farming landscape would be to lose the essence of the Great British countryside”.