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Improving our carbon footprint

Improving our carbon footprint

This months blog is about measuring the carbon footprint on the farm. Angus, an agricultural student at the University of Reading, is working here during his placement year. His role here is as a researcher collecting field data as well as an extra pair of hands on...

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Arc 2031

Arc 2031

Go Organic have launched ARC 2031. This is research revealing catastrophic extinction about to happen within the next 10 years. 40% of our 1 million insect species are teetering on the brink, and human activities are to blame. ARC 2031 unveils 10 precious native...

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Find out what Organic really means

Find out what Organic really means

Organic farmers aim to produce the highest quality food, using methods that benefit our whole food system. Organic standards ensure that farms sustain the health of soils, ecosystems, animals and people. These standards are built on the key principles of organic...

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Welcome to Organic September!

Welcome to Organic September!

It is the first of September which can only mean one thing. Welcome to Organic September! Organic September is a month-long campaign to raise awareness of the many benefits of organic food and farming. These are supporting biodiversity and wildlife, helping combat...

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Good Beef

Good Beef

Good Beef is a by product of our dairy herds. The beef has a much lower carbon footprint to beef produced from 'suckler' systems where the cow is just reared for beef. Research shows that, 'Good Beef' is 50% more climate friendly. The cattle are pure-bred British...

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Goodbye Holly

Goodbye Holly

I have now reached the end of my placement year at Helen Browning’s, and it is time to say farewell to Eastbrook Farm and hello (again) to Harper Adams University. From BREXIT to bacon, pandemics to piglets, it has been a year that I will never forget! Over the past...

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The Happiest Pigs in the World

The Happiest Pigs in the World

Organic agriculture in the UK has some of the highest animal welfare standards in the world. From free-range chickens to grass-fed beef, when you choose to purchase organic food, you can be sure that all animals are treated with the highest of care. The pigs at...

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Save the Date- Eastbrook’s Grand Day Out

Save the Date- Eastbrook’s Grand Day Out

To celebrate Organic September we're busy organising Eastbrook's Grand Day Out on Saturday 11th of September. Organic September is a month- long campaign to raise awareness of the many benefits of food and farming. Benefits of going organic include supporting...

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Summertime on the Farm

Summertime on the Farm

This summertime, the farm staff are preparing for a busy few months ahead; with grass to mow, an upcoming harvest, and Autumn calving to prepare for, it is all go at Eastbrook Farm. We have two dairy herds at Eastbrook Farm; this means that one herd is able to calve...

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A Summer Update from the Royal Oak

A Summer Update from the Royal Oak

A note from Tim Finney… I say it myself—what a place, this organic farm, hotel, and pub. Sometimes we’re even quite good at it, but we don’t want to get carried away. Come here and sleep, walk and look around. Sun setting over the Eastbrook valley (on a beautiful day,...

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