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Castle Farm Summer Blog - Visit from Castle Primary School

Spring 2021

As a mixed farm, Spring is time for us to crack on with planting our crops and preparing the farm for the arrival of our new calves.

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Dave's New Calves - Castle Farm

Winter 2020

Pictures from a beautiful and tranquil Winter’s day at our farm.

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Winter at Castle Farm

Christmas Trees for Sale

Every year, Castle Farm sells a variety of gorgeous Christmas trees, festive wreaths and potted trees. These are quality no needle dropping trees that will last till well after Christmas Day. If you require a really large tree, please get in contact before stopping by.

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Castle Farm Christmas Trees - Somerset

Autumn 2020

Every autumn is potato harvest time. This year, we got some fantastic drone footage of our harvesters in action.

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Castle Farm Potatoes for sale

Summer 2020

This summer, we made our very first batch of Castle Farm Cider. Proper job!

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Castle farm cider for sale

Spring 2020

Welcome to Dave! Our very first Aberdeen Angus Bull. They’re the most popular native breed in the UK and one of the most famous beef breeds in the world.

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Dave - Castle Farm's Aberdeen Angus Bull

Spring 2017

Spring has sprung, the Oil Seed Rape is in full bloom and the iconic yellow flower is making for some spectacular scenes across the country.

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Spring 2017 at Castle farm

Winter 2016

This will be the first winter without sheep in recent years as the flock was sold in the summer. Hopefully, this will allow for some well-earned rest and recuperation after the autumn exertions.

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Winter 2016 at Castle Farm

Autumn 2016

Autumn on the farm is one of the busiest times of the year; it’s harvest time for our biggest enterprise, Potatoes, which are all destined for the shelves of Tesco. We’re busy preparing for Magners Cider Apple harvest and, weather permitting, planting the winter cereals for next year’s crop.

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Castle Farm under Ham Hill