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Lower Blakemere Farm Tour

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Earn up to: 100 Green Points

Ever Wondered About real-life farming? Discover the Answers with Farmer Phil!

More Than a Tour: Chat with Farmer Phil, and learn from his extensive knowledge in sustainable agriculture.

Your Questions Answered: Curious about meat vs. vegetable sustainability? Wondering about grass and trees in carbon capture? Farmer Phil is ready to share insights and research.

Just the Beginning: This taster tour introduces our journey and the questions we encounter.

Future In-Depth Walks: Learn more about Stabiliser Cattle, hedges, wildlife, ponds, and meadows. Delve into advanced composting and bokashi uses in cow sheds.

Inspiration for More: We hope this session sparks your interest to return and learn more about sustainable farming.

Welcome to Wiggly Wigglers Farm Tours! :ear_of_rice::cow2:

Join Farmer Phil on an inspiring journey through our sustainable and regenerative farm practices. Each tour lasts approximately 1.5 hours.:herb: 

Dates available: Sat 25th May 11am, Tuesday 28th May 11am, Tuesday 25th June 11am, Tuesday 2nd July 11am, Saturday 6th July 11am

Order as a treat for yourself or a gift for someone else! You'll be emailed your ticket and booking confirmation straight away - for sending as a gift just print or forward them the email confirmation with the booking details.

Our Farm Tour Includes:

Guided Walk with Farmer Phil
  • Explore Our Regenerative Journey: Dive into our transition towards sustainable farming and our aim for Net Carbon Zero by 2030.
  • Soil Composition Insights: Learn about the importance of soil health for our ecosystem and the environment.
Insight into Our Practices
  • Bokashi Bran Making: Check out the creation of this powerful composting ingredient.
  • Sustainable Livestock Rearing: Understand our mixed farming approach, focusing on our Stabilizer cattle and their beneficial tiny calves.
Environmental Education
  • Johnson Su Composting Area: Experience our innovative composting techniques in action.
  • The Importance of Mixed Farms: Discover why supporting farms with both animals and crops is crucial for biodiversity and sustainability.
A Haven for Birdlife and Biodiversity
  • Flourishing Birdlife: Learn about the diverse bird species that thrive on our farm, and our commitment to biodiversity.
Relaxing Finish at Bad Harvest Barn
    • Tea & Cake: Conclude the tour in our tip-top barn with a delightful cup of tea (coffee or juice) and homemade cake.
    • Shop and Explore: Browse our selection of homemade birdseed, feeds, and home composting options.

:gift: Perfect Gift Vouchers Available for any one of our tours!
  • Choose Your Date: Guided Walks are available in May, June, and July
  • All-Inclusive Experience: Just bring your curiosity, we’ll handle the rest!
Join Us in Making a Difference!
Our farm tour isn’t just an experience; it’s a step towards understanding and supporting sustainable agriculture.
:seedling: Book Your Tour Now for May, June, or July! :seedling:For more information contact us at

Q and A’s

Can we bring our dog? Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome to join our farm tour.

Do we need to bring anything for the farm tour or experience? Please bring wellies and waterproofs if the forecast is rain as the walk is on fields and may well be muddy.

Is the farm ground suitable for buggies? The farm yard, in our experience, is suitable for both buggies and pushchairs, but on the walk there is some rough ground and some slopes, so most buggies will find this difficult.

Are there disabled facilities and access? Our barn has disabled toilets and parking.
If you’re considering joining one email to discuss beforehand if you’d like to. The guided walk is on rough terrain so wheelchair movement isn’t possible, but we seek to accommodate everyone, wherever we can and there are parts of the tour that are in the yard on hardstanding so that would work.

What if the weather is bad? Please bring your wet weather gear and we will push on through. We do have undercover spot for when the weather’s bad as we can then carry out many of our tour activities in a sheltered space.

How long does each activity take? The whole experience takes 1.5hrs.

Do you sell your own produce and is it available to purchase when we visit? Yes, we sell our own bird seeds, composters, and bokashi which you are welcome to buy when you come.

Do you sell refreshments? We don’t sell refreshments but there will be tea, coffee, water, juice and cake as part of your ticket.

Do you cater for large parties? Yes, we welcome large parties. But we ask that you get in touch with us before your trip so that we may organise in advance of your arrival.

Lower Blakemere Farm is a mixed farm located on The Duchy of Cornwall Estate in Herefordshire, England. The farm is a specialist seed producer and produces a range of crops including grass seed, vining peas, wheat, and barley. Additionally, the farm has a breeding herd of beef cattle. The farm is a member of the LEAF program and has implemented both entry-level and higher-level environmental schemes to improve the farm for wildlife and is a focus farm for The Duchy Estate aiming for Carbon Net Zero by 2030.

Biodiversity and Wildlife Conservation
Lower Blakemere Farm is committed to preserving and enhancing biodiversity on the farm. The farm has over 40 species of birds, including the Linnet, Yellowhammer, and Skylark, which are classified as red status and are of high conservation concern. The farm has conducted a farmland bird survey in collaboration with the BTO to monitor and improve the bird populations on the farm. Additionally, the farm has implemented environmental schemes that focus on creating habitats for wildlife, such as planting wildflower margins and hedgerows.

Eco-conscious, Regenerative Farming
In recent years, Lower Blakemere Farm has shifted towards eco-conscious, regenerative farming practices. Regenerative farming is a holistic approach to agriculture that focuses on building soil health, increasing biodiversity, and reducing the use of chemical inputs. The farm has implemented several regenerative practices, such as cover cropping, reducing tillage, and integrating livestock into crop rotations, as well as making a new pond and planting a wildflower meadow. The farm has also become the UK’s largest producer of Bokashi, a natural composting method that helps improve soil health and fertility.

Our standard delivery charge is £3.95.
(Next Day delivery is £5.95)

*GB mainland only and other exclusions apply. Please see below for full details.

Area Standard Delivery Royal Mail (Live Orders) Next Working Day Delivery
Mainland UK (excludes highlands) £3.95 £3.95 £5.95
Falkirk, Aberdeen Perth Kirkwall Paisley and Inverness Areas (not islands), Isle of Man and Isle of Wight £14.95 £3.95 N/A
For Scottish Islands, Outer Hebrides, Kilmarnock area, Paisley area, Chanel Islands and Northern Ireland £19.95 £3.95 N/A

All our orders are now despatched from our farm here in Herefordshire and so we’ve made a few changes. We will always despatch orders as soon as possible, but we do offer a next day delivery service (some restrictions apply) for those urgent orders.

Wiggly Standard Delivery (3 - 5 day delivery) £3.95 within mainland Britain

If you don't mind when your order arrives... (within reason of course) Choose standard delivery and we will despatch your order with the best option for us. This may be DPD or Royal Mail. You need to allow 2 - 5 days for delivery, and we can post to anywhere in mainland Britain. See below if you are in Highlands and Islands.

Next Week Day delivery for £5.95 to mainland Britain

If you need a guaranteed Next Day delivery then please choose the Next Day delivery option. If you order on a Friday then the delivery will be with you on the following Monday. Please note there are no deliveries on Saturdays, Sundays or Bank Holidays. You must order before 3pm for your order to be sent to arrive the following working day. If you order after 3pm then your order will be shipped on the next working day.

Important - Highlands and Islands

IF your order contains JUST live worms and is under 2 kilos - whether that’s composting worms, wax worms or mealworms you will have the option in the checkout to choose standard delivery at £3.95. This is because we can use Royal Mail for this service. Otherwise you will see the extra cost options for a courier to deliver your package – please note there is no guaranteed next day service to these areas so please allow extra time and track your package for information.

For Falkirk, Aberdeen Perth Kirkwall Paisley and Inverness Areas (not islands), Isle of Man and Isle of Wight the charge is £14.95


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For Scottish Islands, Outer Hebrides, Kilmarnock area, Paisley area, Chanel Islands and Northern Ireland the charge is £19.95


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Please email us at if you need any further information.