Katie Mitcham-Henry and Mike Phillips run the farm in partnership using traditional husbandry methods to rear native rare breeds in a natural, ethical and sustainable manner with passion and love.
Many of the acres we graze are on the Higher Level (HLS) and Entry Level (ELS) of Natural England’s Environmental Stewardship Scheme, which is an agri-environment scheme run by DEFRA.
As a qualified professional Cordon Bleu Chef working for private and high level restaurants for the past twenty years Katies is well placed to know the value of serving products of the highest standard.
If you'd like to buy some of our farm products please contact us (see above!) for more information, find us at a local market or pop-up event OR come by the farm where our eggs are always for sale :)
Welcome to Heath Farm
This morning we welcomed Luke from BBC Radio Suffolk back to our farm to talk about the Spring Equinox. What better way to talk about Spring than with lambs...
Our beautiful Rosie has given birth to 4 Bonny lambs. A first for all of us on the farm and one we have never seen in our lifetimes.
BBC One Look East yesterday, featuring Heath Farm Suffolk. We were asked to comment on HRH The Prince of Wales increasing the Sheep on Sandringham Estate by 5 fold to...
Exciting plans for our education garden this year. As most of you know our favorite pigs our “Oxford Sandy & Black”, OSB’s are one of the oldest British pig breeds...
Farming is a team activity ..