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.
Happy 2020! We are starting the New Year hopefully a little drier than we left 2019 in! In the winter months look out for root veggies, cauliflower, cabbage and kale all of which are packed full of flavour thanks to the cold weather.
The tearoom had a stupendous time in the lead up to Christmas both with the festive menu and classes, bookings and more. So keep your eyes peeled for any workshops coming up, and get in touch if you are in need of a space for your function!
We are pruning all the fruit trees throughout January, and we will be generally tidying the fields, preparing tunnels and greenhouses to plant the spring seedlings.
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 out new Tamworth cross Berkshire piglets, and our sheep will be scanned next week so we know what to expect in April when lambing time comes!
The winter greens are still in full force, keep those vitamins topped up with your fresh five a day!
We now have our home reared lamb and mutton in the freezers, Berkshire pork joints and sausages too.
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.