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|West Midlands - Log Home Farm|
Log Home FarmOldwich Lane West
Tel: 01564 782244
At Log Home Farm our priority is to deliver high quality meats and produce most of which is reared here on our fully working Soil Association registered farm, our beef comes from our very own pedigree Aberdeen Angus herd, raised on grass free from fertilizers, chemicals and pesticides, just as nature intended, using traditional farming methods and husbandry, as does our pedigree Rare breed Ryland sheep, producing beautiful lamb.
The Farm Shop
We stock a variety of produce in our farm shop, we have locally sourced Organic Free Range chickens, Organic Free Range pork, and a small variety of fruit and vegetables also sourced locally keeping the food miles down to a minimum, we also stock a range of Organic products ranging from flours to stock cubes and all other larder products, and of course are very own beef, lambs and eggs.
We also have a small display of wooden products using local timber cut down by Mark's tree surgery company Discount Tree Felling, a wood turner who lives locally, collects a variety of the timber and turns them into bowls, tealight holders, vases, pens etc. These are unusual and very attractive, they make excellent gifts, he can turn most things if asked.
Creation date : 19/01/2010 @ 14:12
Last update : 19/01/2010 @ 14:12
Category : West Midlands
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