Chase View Farm is made up of around 13 acres of pasture and 3 acres of deciduous
woodland. The pasture is improved grassland on south facing slopes around the hamlet
of Walford. This aspect means we can keep our sheep here all year on good pasture,
with a minimum of supplementary feed. The woodland was planted in the middle of the
last century on the site of a former marl pit. The steep sides, where the marl was
removed, provide natural barriers for our pigs.
We support the work being done by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust which promotes the
conservation of the United Kingdom’s native farm animals. You can catch up on the
terrific work they are doing here.