Farm Case Study 17: Dews Meadow Farm, Oxfordshire

Harry from Dews Meadow Farm has a herd of Oxford Sandy and Blacks, born & bred outside. During this COVID crisis they’ve been very busy with online deliveries and Harry says that “the click & collect service has been vital”. They really hope to hang on to some of these new customers. Their farm shop is also open again now, with limited customers at a time and hand sanitising points.

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