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Keep Wildlife Safe
With biodynamic harvesting of herbs, The dozens of wayside and woodland flowers, meadow grasses, thousands of trees, the scores of herb varieties growing in the fields and the few ponds at the local farms we source these from support a remarkable web of permanent, semi-permanent and visiting wildlife, indicative of the biodynamic health of the farm.
Birds, reptiles and mammals that find their habitat within these herb gardens. Reptiles such as Grass snakes are abundant on the farms and have their favourite winter hides; visible mainly in the height of summer, they are an indicator of the health of the insect world as well as helping to control slugs and snails. Common toads and frogs are seen most seasons.
Birds are also part of this natural world and remain commonplace. The Red Kites (a bird with an enormous wing span) have been seen over-flying the farm and herons and sparrow hawks are commonplace. Many Canada geese have hatched here over the years and return each year, having made the return trip across the Atlantic.
Mammals also cohabit the sightings of roe deer, muntjac deer, brown hare, badger, fox, weasel, stoat, ferret, brown rat, rabbit, grey squirrel, doormouse, fieldmouse, shrew, mole and pipistrale bat that we live beside, with our dog, horses, cows and the occasional sheep.
These are the farms from which we source locally where the local wildlife is kept safe and allowed to flourish as it would naturally.
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