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FARMING ORGANISATIONS

British Deer Farmers Association [Cumbria]
We are the UK's trade association providing information about deer farming and farmed venison - where to buy, how to cook and why venison is 'the healthy red meat alternative'.
Contact: Jane Emerson, Secretary, Old Stoddah, Penruddock, Penrith, Cumbria. CA11 0RY
Ph. +44 (0)1768 483810 | Fax +44 (0)1768 483809 |
e-mail | Visit our website

British Sheep Dairying Association [Hants.]
Bringing together all sheep dairying farmers and link them with sheep milk processors and promote their delicious products. Also to tell consumers that sheep milk is the ideal alternative milk for cow milk allergy sufferers. Bringing together all sheep dairying farmers and link them with sheep milk processors and promote their delicious products. Also to tell consumers that sheep milk is the ideal alternative milk for cow milk allergy sufferers
Contact: Mrs Olivia Mills, Wield Wood, Nr. Alresford, Hants. SO24 9RU
Ph. +44 (0)1420 563151 | Fax +44 (0)1420 561018 | e-mail | Visit our website

Farm Retail Association [Hants.]
The Farm Retail Association represents hundreds of farms which sell direct through farm shops, Pick-Your-Own, farmers' markets, box schemes, home delivery, mail order and ecommerce. Visit the website for details of the farms, what they produce, and even order on-line.
Contact: Rita Exner, The Greenhouse, P O Box 575, Southampton. SO15 7ZB
Ph. +44 (0)23 8036 2150 | Fax +44 (0)1 | e-mail | Visit our website

Gloucestershire Old Spots Pig Breeders' Club [Gloucestershire]
The Club promotes and fosters one of Britain's rare breeds. GOS pigs are wonderful, hardy outdoor pigs that have real benefits for small scale pig keepers.
Contact: Secretary - Carol Knights, 2, St. John's Road, Stansted, Essex. CM24 8JP
e-mail | Visit our website

Rare Breeds Survival Trust [Warks.]
Looking after Britain's farm livestock heritage and preventing the extinction of individual native breeds by monitoring population and blood lines and developing commercial use of distinctive characteristics.
Contact: Lawrence Alderson, N.A.C. Stoneleigh, Warwickshire.
Ph. +44 (0)247 669 6551 | Fax +44 (0)247 669 6706 | e-mail | Visit our website

Society of Ploughmen [Yorks.]
The Society of Ploughmen is a registered charity run by volunteers from the farming community and organises the annual British National Ploughing Championships in a different part of Great Britain each year. One of our aims is to promote the art and skill of ploughing the land - see our website for further details.
Contact: Susan Frith, Quarry Farm, Loversall, Doncaster, South Yorkshire. DN11 9DH
Ph. +44 (0)1302 852469 | Fax +44 (0)1302 859880 | e-mail | Visit our website

Small Farms Association [Devon]
The Small Farms Association aims to support the needs of smaller farms, up to 250 acres. Since its creation it has done so by: Lobbying MPs, holding meetings with MAFF and Trading Standards, has started a beef and lamb initiative, and have created our own code of practice.
Contact: Mark Stephens, Ford Farm, Plympton, Plymouth, Devon. PL7 5AU
Ph. +44 (0)1752 336863 | Fax +44 (0)1752 347836 | e-mail | Visit our website

Westmorland Damson Association [Cumbria]
The Association was formed in April 1996 by a group of local people who wished to preserve the damson orchards in the old County of Westmorland, promotes the cultivation and use of Westmorland damsons.
Contact: Westmorland Damson Assoc., High Cartmel Fold, Crosthwaite, Kendal. LA8 8HS
e-mail | Visit our website

Working Bearded Collie Foundation [Essex]
It is the aim of the WBCF to firstly protect and secondly to promote this unique breed of working sheepdog. To those of you not so familiar with this breed, not so long ago it was in grave danger of becoming extinct.
Contact: WBCF, 8 St Lukes Road, Southend on Sea, Essex. SS2 4AB.
Ph. +44 (0)1702 614046 | Fax +44 (0)1702 303836

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