Farm Case Study 30: Moch Fedwen, North Wales

Moch Fedwen Farm keep a herd of free range pigs in the Conwy valley, North Wales. The pedigree pigs have full traceability and produce nutritious, delicious pork. They’ve found that due to the pandemic, more people are looking to support local businesses with low food miles and more natural living conditions for animals.

Rhys from the farm says, “We can’t compete with supermarkets in terms of price, but we do produce a superior product and people are more willing to pay a bit more for higher welfare… We’re trying to create food that we’re happy to eat and that we’re happy to feed our children.

🐖🌳 If we don’t continue to support our local farmers & high welfare independent retailers now and into the future, we will lose them! #RootingForRealFarms

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