Welcome to Conygree

Conygree Farm is a 180 acre organic and regenerative farm in the heart of the Cotswolds on the National Trust’s Sherborne Park Estate.

Our flower rich meadows, grass margins, dry stone walls, hedges and fields of wild bird seed, fallow and nectar rich clover are a haven for wildlife, particularly farmland birds such as corn bunting, lapwing and skylark.

We keep rare breed Cotswold sheep and Traditional Hereford cattle, and native breed pigs, producing delicious and award-winning lamb, hogget, mutton, beef and pork.

Our free-range cattle and sheep are reared on a natural diet of grass, wildflowers and herbs all year round. No artificial fertilisers, sprays, grains or imported soya are used.

Our organic and regenerative ‘pasture for life’ approach is better for the planet, our livestock, our soil and the consumer.

We have bee-hives on site too producing the tastiest wildflower honey.

All our meat and honey is sold direct from the farm to local customers. You can pre-order for collection or local delivery, or drop in and buy from our little pop-up farm shop (currently open every Saturday morning from 10.00am – 1.00pm).

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From our new 2.5 acre market garden we produce fresh, seasonal, organic vegetables, salad and herbs. Everything is grown and picked by hand. We offer box delivery to your door (with a 10 mile radius of the farm).

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Looking for a unique and chilled party or educational venue? We can host your wedding, big birthday, study group or business event in our beautiful giant hat tipis situated in a wildflower meadow, catering for 10 to 140 people. Now booking for 2022/23.

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Please do follow us @ConygreeFarm on Instagram and Facebook for news, views and offers.

“We are regenerative farmers. We aim to build soil, restore wildlife habitat and connect with our local community through healthy food and fun experiences in nature”
Jonathan & Mel Brunyee

Pop Up Event & Education Space
The Conygree Farm Pop Up Event & Education Space has been supported
by the Cotswolds LEADER Programme. It is part funded by the European Agricultural
Fund for Rural Development.