“Transitioning towards sustainable farming by learning, practising, and demonstrating techniques guided by holism and grounded in permaculture principles.”

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Read our manifesto to discover why we do what we do and how you can support us here at Treflach Farm

What we do on Treflach Farm

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About Us

In August 2006 Ian Steele returned to the family farm from working in London and abroad in the Petrochemical Industry. So began a journey to revitalise a small scale, hillside farm in the family since 1904. The aim was to prove that small scale agriculture can indeed be environmentally aware, promote biodiversity and remain viable in the modern world.

Today Treflach Farm:

  • Is an employer both on the farm outside Oswestry, Shropshire where we look after the land, animals, run courses & make the pies, and in Hatfield, Herts for delivering into London and the SE
  • Is a real working farm with free range animals
  • Operates a butchery and bakery
  • Distributes food products on behalf of national award winning chefs & food producers
  • Works with young adults with learning difficulties and disabilities

And much more…

All funded through the sale of our #tastypies!

Mission Statement

We transition towards sustainable farming guided by holism and grounded in permaculture principles.

We build soil, conserve biodiversity, and grow, make and eat wholesome food.

We build resilient relationships between the different on-farm businesses and other individuals/communities/customers/suppliers:

• The farm with its diverse set of nature friendly eco-systems and free range animals

• The food business making #tastypies

• The distribution business supporting high quality producers get their products to market

• The Community Interest Company providing therapy projects for a wide range of user groups

The Treflach Farm Vision

"Agriculture as a sustainable industry, rooted in the community, working in harmony with nature and providing for the needs of local people. Treflach Farm at the centre of many communities associated with people, animal welfare in food production, sustainability and care for the environment"