Welcome to Field Farm Shop
Our farm shop is situated in High Toynton, on the edge of the picturesque Lincolnshire Wolds.
We specialise in breeding and rearing rare-breed Berkshire pork, traditional lamb and free-range chickens. We also produce free-range eggs and provide a range of organic vegetables.
Our farm shop gives our customers the opportunity to purchase healthy wholesome food direct from the farm, where you can meet Richard and Sue (the owners who produce the meats and vegetables we offer, using traditional methods of growing and harvesting) and, most importantly, see exactly where your food is coming from.
Our free range meat
All of our meat is reared here at Field Farm, so you can see the provenance for yourself.
We grow our own seasonal vegetables where possible, in addition to selling some fruit and vegetables from organic farms.
We had our roasted Herdwick lamb shank yesterday and I have to say it was the most beautiful tasty lamb I have ever tasted. An absolute treat.
1st time purchasing a pork joint and will definitely be returning it was amazing! The crackling was soooo good.
Most definitely the best sausage meat around.
Cannot beat getting fresh produce straight from the farm. Having seasonal produce best taste ever.
The asparagus is delish and the eggs.....so happy when I got a double yoker
Best lamb ever
Latest from the Blog
Hear what Richard and Sue are getting up to down on the farm
Firstly, we'd like to thank all of our customers for supporting us throughout 2020. It's certainly been a strange year for everyone and we've welcomed so many new customers over the last 12 months that we're being kept busy keeping the shop stocked. Christmas went...
As of today, we've sold out of chickens for Christmas, and we're down to single figures remaining in the turkey order book. If you've not yet placed your order then please do contact us ASAP to avoid missing out. We'll have pork and lamb available for those who don't...
It's that time of year again when we open up the order book for Christmas. A lot of people don't start thinking about their Christmas dinner until later in the year (and who can blame them?!) but our order books are already...