Farm Case Study 9: Pipers Farm, Devon

Peter at Pipers Farm rears free-range Saddleback pigs. His online business provides healthy, sustainable, high welfare meat straight to people’s doors.

While little has changed day to day as a result of COVID-19, one silver lining has been more people seeking alternatives to industrial food. Buying direct from farms keeps the supply chain short and provides a direct relationship between customer and farmer.

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