Our centralised, supermarket based food system is not resilent to shocks such as COVID-19. Hopefully the pandemic has changed the way people eat and shop for the better. We need our food system to be diverse, small scale and local. We hear from farmers and industry experts about the impact COVID-19 has had on farms and our food system.
The Harrises, part of Sussex Saddlebacks take it turn, with 13 other families, to look after their group of pigs…. Read More
The pigs at Home Farm Produce live in woodlands, spending their days rooting and wallowing, doing just what a pig… Read More
Crowkeld Rare Breeds rear large blacks in North Yorkshire in a happy and safe environment. Farmer Nina says that her… Read More
Tullich Highland Rare Breeds Farm to the far north of the Scottish Highlands in Invergordon, breed Oxford Sandy Blacks and Large… Read More
Swanbridge Porkers keep rarebreed Berkshire pigs that roam on 15 acres of pasture & woodland.… Read More
Stonebridge Cottage Farm raise free-range pigs and sell pork in their farm shop, as well as to local restaurants, pubs, and shops… Read More
Polly from Slade Farm Organics says despite lockdown, nothing much has really changed. All the animals still need to… Read More