Farm Case Study 18: Sanctuary Farm, East Sussex

Deborah from Sanctuary Farm rears Oxford Sandy & Blacks. When COVID hit, they were busy delivering weaners and worried about disruption to their pig feed supply chains. Luckily there’s been increased interest in buying local & high welfare.

“There were a few blips along the road, but luckily we’ve got a great network of friends who do similar things and we all helped each other out.”

“We’re feeling positive and hopeful that more people will think about the produce and get involved so that they’ll be coming back to us and appreciating the real difference in how their meat is raised, and the quality in taste but also the commitment to these wonderful animals.”

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