Baylham House Farm is located just outside of Ipswich and specialises in the farming of rare breed animals. Owned by Richard Storer since 1985, the farm is run by Richard and his son Neil, along with a small team of staff and a dedicated group of volunteers.
The premise of the farm is to protect several native breeds which are under threat due to the pressures of modern farming. All of the animals raised at Baylham Farm live in stress free conditions with plenty of space to roam, which produces fantastic quality pork, lamb and beef.
As well as being a working farm, dedicated to the preservation of traditional British livestock, Baylham House is a very popular visitor attraction. The farm is a fantastic educational resource centred around farming and rare breed conservation. Visitors have the opportunity to get up close and feed all of the Baylham animals, from chickens to lambs, cattle, goats, pigs and much more. There are special events dedicated to the annual farming calendar, including lambing where visitors can cuddle the newborn lambs, to shearing with the Festival of the Naked Sheep. Visitors can also relax in the café with home made light lunches and cakes, while the children wear themselves out on the play area.
To find out more visit: www.baylham-house-farm.co.uk