The Brown family has been farming in Edingley
and Halam for over 200 years. David and Jill Brown now manage New Hall
Farm, once part of a nearby estate, and Edingley Grange Farm in a traditional
The 18th Century Stone Threshing Barn is still
used to store winter cattle feed.
Our beef suckler herd graze on ancient "rig
and furrow" parkland pasture, which has not been ploughed since the
days of the horse plough. Newborn calves epitomize the peace and tranquility
that awaits you.
As a result of many years of careful conservation
management we have an abundance of wildlife on the farm, which
is now in the Countryside Stewardship Scheme.
Situated on the New Hall Ridge some 100 metres
above sea level New Hall Farm is in the heart of the countryside, and
the secluded site is set amongst mature oak, ash and beech trees. Visitors
frequently comment on the *spectacular views.
This new farm diversification, partly funded
by D.E.F.R.A. under the Rural Enterprise Scheme, will give us an opportunity
to share this with you.
*Lincoln Cathedral and Belvoir Castle a speciality!