Journal

Farming

  1. An Interview with our Floristry team

    An Interview with our Floristry team

    Talking to Lesley & Kim about their love for floristry and working at Daylesford. 

  2. Our Wilderness Wetland

    Our Wilderness Wetland

    Wetlands are an example of progressive farming and highlight the part that farmers can play in restoring nature and biodiversity.

  3. The significance of the soil beneath our feet

    The significance of the soil beneath our feet

    Soil is an important, life-giving and precious resource. Our Director of Sustainability shares how and why we are committed to analysing and caring for our soil.

  4. Our trusted suppliers

    Our trusted suppliers

    We have rigorous criteria for any suppliers we work with, such as demonstrating evidence of ethical provenance, sustainable practices and high welfare standards.

  5. Spotlight on our organic Creamery, Cattle & Dairy

    Spotlight on our organic Creamery, Cattle & Dairy

    Organic farming is about working with nature, rather than against it.

  6. Celebrating 20 Years of Daylesford Organic

    Celebrating 20 Years of Daylesford Organic

    Daylesford founder Carole Bamford has written a blog post reflecting on the past 20 years and what the future holds.

  7. Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Repair, Recycle, Rehome, Rot

    Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Repair, Recycle, Rehome, Rot

    Making a few small changes can have a huge impact on the amount of waste we produce.

  8. What makes a great working sheepdog?

    What makes a great working sheepdog?

    Our Farms Director Richard Smith on why his award-winning sheepdogs are so integral to life on the farm and the qualities he looks for in a great working dog.

  9. What does “organic” mean to us?

    What does “organic” mean to us?

    With the organic industry growing steadily in the UK, we are starting to see a positive shift in farming and consumer behaviours.

  10. Cutting Garden Flowers

    An Interview with Carole Bamford: The Daylesford Cutting Garden

    Daylesford founder Carole Bamford reveals the inspiration behind the Cutting Garden on the farm.

  11. Top tips for foraging elderflower

    Top tips for foraging elderflower

    The eagle-eyed will usually spot the first elderflowers appearing in our hedgerows in late May or early June.

  12. Organic: Where Choices Matter Most

    Organic: Where Choices Matter Most

    At Daylesford we believe that choosing organic is the best and most ethical decision for all these reasons - and it tastes better too.

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