Halloween may be over, but our pumpkins can be used all winter - whether it be in tasty soups, pumpkin pies and stews or for feeding local wildlife and insects!
By now, we’re all familiar with the concept of wild animals being driven to extinction… but what about foods? Whilst the ‘Pig’s Snout’ apple may not pluck at the heartstrings in the same way the White Rhino does, for us the prospect is equally alarming. If we’re not careful, our children will inherit a world where flavour is made in factories and provenance is a thing of the past.
In this month’s blog, Michael Dart gets excited as the peak harvest season kicks off at Darts Farm.
Master Butchers, Phillip and Alastair, have put together their top tips for cooking three of their favourite low and slow roasting joints.
In this month's blog, Michael Dart describes how our beautiful, local landscapes can help you reconnect with nature and appreciate the natural mindfulness we are so lucky to be surrounded by.
This month on the Farm, Jack & the team are busy, handpicking & planting our summer crops, as well as raking & bailing clover!
A Sneak Peek at our Exciting New Ventures... In this month’s Newsletter, Michael Dart gives a sneak peek at some exciting plans for Darts Farm.