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.

The results are in!

Our sheep are back home from their winter holidays on our local arable and dairy farms and it’s time for pregnancy scanning! And now, the results are in…Read more

New arrivals

A few weeks ago we welcomed some 8 week old Gloucestershire Old Spot cross Oxford Sandy and Black piglets to the farm.  All of these 12 piglets are from the same litter.Read more

The start of the shepherd's year

Putting the rams in with the ewes signals the start of a new season, when ewes start to carry the next generation. Everything for the shepherd relies on getting this right; this is where the futureRead more

Why bring our cattle inside for winter?

Our cattle are a vital part of the regenerative farming methods we use here at Redwoods Farm.   Whilst we try to keep them out on the pasture for as long as possible, part of the annual cycleRead more

Natural daylight & a hen's body clock

I always enjoy my early morning walks with Izzy to let the hens out onto their fresh pasture in the dawn of a new day.  It makes me think about how we manage our hens is aligned with their bodyRead more

We are live!

I’m really excited to be able to say our new website is live and thank you for visiting!  It is the culmination of a lot of work over the past few years towards being able to offer our qualityRead more

A warm welcome to Redwoods Farm

Redwoods Farm is located in Mid Devon, close to the Somerset border and for a lowland farm, sits quite high at up to 850 feet above sea level.  It came into the family in 2007 when it was purchased Read more

Regenerative agriculture principles & practice

Soil is the foundation of the ecosystem; without it, plants cannot grow and therefore animals cannot be sustained. In a single handful of healthy soil, billions of individual microorganisms areRead more

Our blog categories

We thought we’d give you a little overview of what to expect from our blogs, taking you through each category to see what it will contain. So read on for a quick heads up on each category . .Read more

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