Quality farm produce, never rushed

At Redwoods Farm, we aim to farm in a way that has a positive impact on the environment,
using regenerative methods so that our produce is of high quality and production is not rushed or forced.  

Pasture-raised, slow-grown and soy-free meat, produced in a way to respect the animal and environment, to create a better quality product.  Our hens are free to roam and lay at a natural pace.  All locally delivered.

Read our latest news

The latest updates on our farming life, regenerative agriculture news and much more from the Redwoods Farm blog.

Christmas Pop-up Shop 2023

SAVE THE DATE!  Our Christmas Pop-up Shop is back this year, building on the success of last year and our Fresh Friday events this summer.  Offering you local regenerative produce from Redwoods FarRead more

Festive Ordering

Read our handy guide to ensure you have Redwoods flavour this Christmas, with tasty regenerative produce from our Christmas range and more.  Available by pre-order for collection at our ChristmasRead more

The Pig Farmer - a short film by Chris Baker

We're always happy to share our farming with anyone, but when you are fortunate to meet someone in a position to tell your story so artistically, well, who are we to say no?  I got chatting withRead more

River pollution & Why farming matters at the Liberal Democrat Conference

I was invited by Sustain to join their panels at a couple of their sessions at the Liberal Democrat conference in Bournemouth last weekend.   Making the case for regenerative farming, working withRead more

Fresh Friday - 29 September 2023

The last of our Fresh Friday events for this year will be on 29 September, so make sure you don't miss out on the opportunity to join us for local regenerative produce from Redwoods Farm, along withRead more

Fresh Friday - 1 September 2023

Not long to go until our next Fresh Friday!  We're looking forward to seeing both new and familiar faces and chatting with you.Read more

Why do we shear sheep? Redwoods Farm shearing 2023

A guest blog by Suzie Chapple, following our shearing 2023.  As the eldest daughter of Mark & Pauline and sister to Amy, Suzie Chapple has been involved in farming all her life.  Now working as a fRead more

Our next Fresh Friday - 4 August 2023

Just a week to go until our next Fresh Friday on Friday, 3 August 2023 from 5pm to 7pm, so come and join us.  We had a great time at our launch at the end of June and didn't let the rain dampen ourRead more

Pasture for Life farm visit - soy free pastured pigs & poultry

Whilst we love talking to our customers and sharing our Redwoods Farm story, we are also committed to sharing knowledge within the industry with other farmers.  It is only by talking with andRead more

Fresh Friday launch - 30 June 2023

Our new Fresh Friday will launch on Friday 30 June 2023 with a bit of a splash as we have a few extra treats planned for our first one!  Building on the success of our Christmas pop up shop back inRead more

Soy No More report launch at the Houses of Parliament

We were invited by Pasture For Life Association and Landworker’s Alliance to be part of the Soy No More report launch event in Westminster yesterday.  This involved me (Amy) travelling up toRead more

Talking Soy Free on Farmarama Radio

As a follow-up to featuring in the Wicked Leeks 'What's the problem with animal feed' film (see our blog), our interviews with Nina Pullman have also featured in two episodes of Farmarama Radio!Read more

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