Darts Farm

Topsham, Devon
EX3 0QH
Tel: 01392 878 200
Email: info@dartsfarm.co.uk

Our Working Farm

Is at the heart of what we do

Breathtaking Views

Over the Exe Estuary

Come and Explore

Our Seasonal Produce

Visit Our Ruby Reds

Native to Devon

farm-walk-our-farm-darts-farm-exeter_600x700Come and explore

Our working farm

Take the scenic walk around our bountiful fields and enjoy the beautiful view of the Exe Estuary, which we are lucky enough to have on our doorstep!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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fresh produce

right on our doorstep

Come and discover the seasonal, fresh produce we have growing in our fields and watch as our farm transforms throughout the months. Whether you want to see the first budding sunflowers in the late summer, or our amazing array of pumpkins ready for harvest in the autumn, or our sprouts making an appearance in time for Christmas; there is so much growing and changing over the year.

 

 

 

 

 


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in your wellies

We are a traditional, mixed farm - taking great pride in our biodiversity - with arable land, wetland, grassland and grazing for our Ruby Red cattle. So, whatever the weather, take a wander over our fields, explore our fishing ponds, bird hide and wetland, and discover what the beautiful Devonshire countryside has to offer.

 

 


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Over this 6 week course, well known Devon Landscape photographer, Adrian Oakes, will take you on a wonderful photographic voyage.

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With nights closing in and winter around the corner, now is a great time to see wildlife out on the farm. Join our friendly knowledgeable guide for a free, hour long walk around the farm and wetland surrounding Darts Farm.

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