Clattsmore Farm is run by Tim and Anne, who moved
here as a young couple nearly 30 years ago. Tim put
up a milking parlour and ran a small dairy herd
until 2004. The farm has increased in size over the
years and now compromises 270 acres, including
summer grazing on Bredon Hill and meadows adjoining
the River Avon.
the dairy herd has been dispersed the main
enterprise on the farm is 200 head of beef cattle,
which include a suckler herd of 30 Limousin cows,
with calves that are reared for beef.
Bought in calves are also reared for beef. These
calves are bucket fed and guests are welcome to help
out at feeding times. Children like helping to
collect the eggs from our small flock and eating
them for their breakfast.
From The Cottage's Garden Towards Bredon Hill
Upper Clattsmore Farm,
Eckington, Nr Pershore, Worcestershire,