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Fife - Pillars of Hercules Farm

Pillars of Hercules Farm

Falkland
Cupar
Fife
KY15 7AD

Tel: 01337 857749

Email: bruce@pillars.co.uk
http://www.pillars.co.uk/

Visionary pioneers of the ethical food movement forging a new market for pure organic food and inspiring a new generation of farmers to forsake the chemical treadmill… err well actually we just like shovelling compost, hoeing weeds and don’t want to put poisons on your food or our planet.

Pillars of Hercules is an organic farm with a weird name. Everything else about us is not in the least bit weird; in fact were all really normal, although we do have some qualms about the rest of you out there...

Established in 1983, the farm has grown from one hectare to six hectares. That’s about twelve football pitches or one decent size motorway intersection. We grow a lot of salad, which is really nice stuff to eat. We also grow apples, beans, celery, cucumbers, dill, endive, fennel, garlic, herbs, ipods, Jerusalem artichokes, kale, leeks… but no zebras. We’ve about 300 laying hens, which produce our very popular eggs and rear 350 bronze turkeys for 350 Christmas dinners. A lot of our produce we sell through the farm shop and veg boxes, the rest is distributed on a merit basis to other box schemes, shops and restaurants.
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Creation date : 17/07/2007 @ 16:21
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