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A few dry days means harvest of barley, Triticale and some more silage.
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Tregullas Farm as we've never seen it before....Alfred has been practising with his Christmas present.
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It's cauliflower time....superfood and ready now come down to the farm shop and try some. All our veg is grown on the farm without chemicals.

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Tregullas Farm shared their event.
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Anita Scott
· July 16, 2017
what a great place, called for tea for two yesterday, lovely place for a pit stop, great value, good customer service, very generous pot of tea for two, i had 3 cups, neal had 1 and there was at lea...st 1/4 of tea left inthe pot, See More
Michelle Symes-Louth
· October 27, 2017
We called in on way back from the lizard walk. Lovely place. Lovely owners food and drinks were great. Great price. Highly recommend a visit.
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AJ Haydon
· June 12, 2017
I would highly recommend a visit. My daughter and I attended the Open Farm Day this weekend and we both had a wonderful time. We thoroughly enjoyed the informative talk and Q&A session during the shee...p shearing and then we stuffed ourselves happy at the BBQ (super yum lamb burgers!). My daughter had her first taste of REAL milk and proclaimed it to be awesome! We then had a walk through some of the farmland and took in the views.
My advise to anyone would be to visit if you get the opportunity, you won't regret it.
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Samantha Tancock
· June 11, 2017
We visited for Open Farm Sunday. What a fabulous place and a lovely family. You could feel their pride, devotion and love for their farm. I could watch them shear sheep all day, although it's not a jo...b he seems fond of 😊 we will be back, thank you x See More
Tracey Johns
· June 12, 2017
We visited for open farm yesterday, it was very well organized,loads to do and very informative. we had a fantastic time,�����
Chloe Goodfellow Bland
· June 12, 2017
Our family went to the farm open day. We enjoyed seeing the livestock and fun activities!
Kim Devine
· September 10, 2015
Fantastic lamb fresh and delivered to Liverpool with out any problems
Debra Clegg
· October 22, 2016
Just picked up my meat. Fantastic quality again. Thank you.
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Tregullas Farm added an event.
January 7

Our annual open farm Sunday is a free fun filled event to discover & enjoy the magic of farming and our fabulous rural community.

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Tregullas Farm is feeling happy.
January 7

Happy New Year. Great start to 2018 with twins born to a Hereford heifer. Mum and babies doing well.

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We have some fabulous home grown meat available for Christmas. Kelly Bronze turkeys are £9/kg, Dexter beef born and grazed on the coastal fields, and our award winning lamb. Lamb boxes start from £55 for half lamb and Beef mixed boxes start from £50 or just call in to choose your own selection. For all our far away customers (well UK mainland ones) delivery by overnight courier can be arranged for an extra £10 charge.
We also have Sprouts..lots of sprouts!

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Its been quiet around the farm since the end of September. Elsa is now at Harper Adams University which is near Newport in Shropshire learning how to farm properly! Her days now start later and are full of lectures on animal management, farm business, crop production, weeds, bio science and rowing on the River Severn. We are fantastically proud of her determination to be the next generation to farm.

Looks like the prairies but is in fact the stubble fields at Old Lizard Head where we've just started giving the cows a little silage to make up for the fact that the grass quality is not so good now.

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Come and celebrate Half Term and the end of our first tearoom season. We've got super scary Hot chocolate made with local Treleague dairy milk, luxury hot chocolate, squirty cream and marshmallows all in hideous colours. Lots of seasonal veg and pumpkins as well as soup, jacket potatoes and cake.

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Celebrating this years veg harvest with delicious vegtable soup in the tearooms. Available with our homemade roll to eat in or take way in our new eco soup pots. We've also at last sourced some compostable coffee cup lids for those that don't have time to stop.

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Lots of rain mean lots of grass and that means that Grass fed mutton is at its prime in the next few months.
Mutton is greatly underrated in this country. Mutton is a sheep that is over 2 years old and the cuts are similar to lamb, but tend to be larger, darker in colour with a richer flavour (almost 'gamey').
At Tregullas farm we currently have superb mutton available as 1/2 boxes for £65 or whole box for £120. A 1/2 box weighs a minimum 11kg of meat so is tremendous value. Hung for at least 10 days and butchered to your requirements we vac pack and label everything ready to freeze.
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As sheep mature they become mutton, a word that has suffered from a negative PR image. The truth, however, is that mutton is not just a clapped-out...
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We have some lovely veg from the farm for sale , including orange Cauliflower a new and delicious variety.

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A few dry days means harvest of barley, Triticale and some more silage.

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Down Lloyds lane there is a grass field with lots of stunning blue flowers. These are Chicory flowers, a deep rooting, high protein plant that gives good silage and grazing but also has a deep tap root so is really good for the soil structure. There is research showing that it helps reduce parasites in sheep, improving health and growth rates. It also seems to be bees favourite food and is buzzing on dry days.

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