Welcome to FarmED

Posted: 20th August 2019

The development of the new buildings at Honeydale Farm is now well underway and FarmED - it’s new name - will be an exciting new centre for Farming and Food Education. The centre is dedicated to developing a new food culture centered around regenerative farming and new routes to ...

Summer Bees

Posted: 26th July 2019

When we carried out our late June inspection of the apiary, my WBC, which contained a split colony from one of Chris’s hives which was trying to swarm last time, all looked good with lots of bees present. There was a lovely brood pattern and colour - note the very yellow comb, ...

Coming Soon: FarmED

Posted: 16th May 2019

FarmED, at Honeydale Farm, is a new centre for Farming and Food Education, focusing on the crucial link between good food and good farming. With all the current changes in farming, FarmED provides an inspirational place for groups to share knowledge and debate how to grow good food - good for us ...

News From the FarmED Apiary

Posted: 15th May 2019

I have just completed my first full inspection of the season, although Chris has already done two inspections at the FarmED apiary, and kindly kept an eye on my hives too. Thankfully, my remaining hive was still alive, but since last week, when Chris visited, the number of bees had vastly ...

Research and Trials

Posted: 21st February 2019

Over the last year we’ve been working with various organisations and researchers on a series of ongoing crop trials and experiments at Honeydale Farm.  Diverse Forages Project (SARIC)  We are glad to be one of twelve satellite farms involved in the Diverse Forages Project, ...

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About Us

It's always been part of our vision to have a farm as an extension of the Cotswold Seeds business and in 2013 we bought Honeydale Farm, one hundred acres in the Cotswolds. During the past couple of years we've been making huge progress on the farm and this blog was set up to share this progress with our friends in the farming world.