14th March 2016

Recovering from the worst flood Rush Farm has seen since 2007…

This weekend we have had sunshine and the feeling that spring might actually be on the way; however on Tuesday we had our worst flood since […]
11th March 2016

Last chance to invest with tax relief in Rush Farm..

Last chance to invest with tax relief in Rush Farm to preserve organic land, conservation, renewable energy and build community. Our unique community-owned farm and ethical business park offers […]
7th March 2016

First guinea fowl eggs, photos from the garden & more lambing prep..

A relatively quiet week on the farm. We are starting to think we shall have to buy in feed – fortunately we have a neighbour who […]
29th February 2016

Archers visit, Demeter baby food & Millie goes to doggie boarding school!

  Last week I rather foolishly referred to our success in keeping the chickens out of the kitchen. This morning one actually got shut into the […]
26th February 2016

Lambing preparations begin (and we find ourselves under siege from chickens!)

After a grey rather cheerless start to the week this week, the weather forecast looks good. Good that is so long as you are happy to look […]
19th February 2016

Rush Farm through the eyes of a WWOOFer

We were thrilled to have Benjamin Rosen (a WWOOFer from Holland with an exceptional knowledge of soil science, soil microbiology and permaculture) stay with us at […]
15th February 2016

An update from the garden and a new charity partner: Worcester Roots!

Mixed fortunes this weekend, success in the rugby and abject failure in the cricket but at least we have some fine, if chilly weather! We did […]
12th February 2016

A second poem from Rush Farm investor, Louis Hemmings…

We’re really proud to be sharing another poem from Louis Hemming, talented poet and Rush Farm investor: Down boreen a tired cottage waited, thatch tinted grey, […]
8th February 2016

Winter Newsletter

Here is our beautiful winter 2015/16 newsletter hot off the press 🙂