Welcome to Rush Farm in Worcester, the farm which inspired BBC’s The Archers.
Hear the BBC Radio 4 programme, On Your Farm, with Ruth Sanderson telling the Rush Farm story here.
See the BBC Online article: Fans given chance to buy Archers farm
Second Share Offer Now Open!
You are one step closer to:
- co-owning part of this historic farming land
- helping make British farming sustainable
- with healthy rich soil, well-cared for animals, thriving wildlife and good food
- and preserving this traditional farm for ever.
Join us in turning our family farm into a farm owned by YOU and other members of the public. Farmed traditionally, our beautiful farm is sustainably farmed and is a sanctuary for wildlife. Rush Farm’s on-farm eco-run business park employs over 100 local people, keeping our rural community alive.
Be part of the solution
By investing £100 minimum, you become a member (one member, one vote) shareholder. You will have a say in how the farm is run and special access to our farm, its rural training days and fresh biodynamic and organic produce.
Become part of something bigger: help safeguard our traditional farm and rural hub for ever.
Protect the amazing biodiversity of Rush Farm by ensuring it is farmed biodynamically and organically in perpetuity.
A 5% return on your investment from a fully let property with the surplus invested in the environment and education.
Sebastian Parsons, family co-owner of Rush Farm, explains why your involvement will bring benefits to local farming, wildlife, the community – and you.