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.
What's going on at the farm this week?
A HUGE thank you to all of you who joined us for our 32nd Annual Apple Fayre weekend. Thank you to all our lovely staff and volunteers from the Ashford Pilgrims Hospice. We will have a total for the amount raised soon!
November is the month for winter warmers, soups and stews and crisp autumn walks! Walk up to the farm shop and tearoom from Wye station on the North Downs Way footpath was ease, stopping to see the donkeys and chickens on the way!
We have a lovely range of Squashes for decoration and of course to make the most incredible soups with! Ask our staff for information on which squash is best for what you want to do with it (the Fermor family favourite is currently the onion squash - chop it up and roast it with rosemary, course sea salt and Kentish rapeseed oil, chuck some other veggies in with it, roast for 45-50minutes and enjoy. Any leftovers make the most incredible soup for the next day.
We now have our home reared lamb and mutton in the freezers, Berkshire pork joints and sausages too.
Next lamb box dates: Wednesday 18th November
Mutton: Wednesday 18th November
Pork & Sausages : Saturday 9th November
Smoked Bacon & Gammon: In the shop!
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
if you have touched them.