Farm Case Study 31: Bernards Farm, Cheshire

Bernard’s Farm in Cheshire keep rare breed pigs in their orchard – The pigs go to a local abattoir and are sold to local customers. The pigs are woodland roaming, free from mutilations and preventative antibiotics. 👩‍🌾 Ma Bernardson from the farm says that since lockdown hit their doorbell has been ringing morning, noon and night from new customers snapping up their pork boxes so they’ve started to deliver every week. Feedback has been very positive, “People are saying this is how pork used to taste“.

🐖🌳 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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