Perry Court Farm Canterbury Road Ashford Kent TN25 4ES  Open Daily 8am-6pm

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Perry Court Farm is a family run business with three generations of the Fermor family working together on the farm. We are based between the two Wye turnings on the A28 towards Canterbury and our farm shop is open daily with home grown and local produce.

FARM UPDATES

 

THE SHOP IS OPEN AS USUAL 8am- 6pm

SOME MARKETS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED

If your local market has been, please email us on vegbox@perrycourt.farm for further information.  Thank you. 

The first quarter of 2020 has been a wet one - and its starting to show in the fields and orchards. The fields may be water logged, but we continue to pick the winter vegetables included carrots and the root veggies, cauliflower, cabbage and kale all of which are packed full of flavour thanks to the cold weather. The winter greens are still in full force, keep those vitamins topped up with your fresh five a day!

The ground is finally dry enough to get some tractors out on the fields, preparing the ground for the summer crops.  We have been delayed by the wet weather from the start of the year, but the warmer weather coming across should bring the seasons back into shape. 

The strawberries and rhubarb are being nestled in straw to keep them from frost damage, and we are going to be fleecing the winter lettuces to keep them warm as well.

Elsewhere on the farm we have our new Tamworth cross Berkshire piglets, and our sheep have started lambing early this Spring!

 

We now have our home reared lamb and mutton in the freezers, Berkshire pork joints and sausages too.  Mutton and Lamb boxes are now made to order, so pick up a form from the page or from the shop tills.

A LITTLE NOTE

 

All our animals love visits but please don't feed them. You can find the Tamworth pigs, our two miniature donkeys Elvis and Murphy, our southdown sheep, the geese, and the rescue chickens, all along the footpath from Wye. Just remember to wash your hands afterwards.