Hall Hunter Partnership

Hall Hunter Partnership is a family run business established in 1966. We specialise in soft fruits growing and we are one of the leading UK producers of strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and blackberries. With over 50 years’ experience in soft fruit production, growing premium berries responsibly is a core vale of the Hall Hunter family. As experts, we take ownership of the entire supply chain in order to maintain our position of being a high quality fruit supplier.

Upper Nisbet Farm

The Neill family took on the tenancy of Upper Nisbet in May 2000. They run 300 Limousin-cross cows on 438ha. They farm 242ha of cereals, and all progeny from the suckler herd are finished on home-grown fodder and sold live throughout the year mostly to local butchers.



80% of broccoli crop is wasted. UPP harvests nutritious, health-promoting proteins and ingredients from the 80%. AI harvest automation replaces hand-labour, delivering fresh broccoli and the 80% for uppcycling. Clean, natural, healthy proteins and ingredients from what we already grow. Seriously sustainable, good for you, the farmer and our planet.


Shimpling Park Farm

The family have farmed here for four generations, and since 1999 we have farmed organically for our family as well as helping like minded neighbouring farmers who share our passion for soils, the countryside and naturally good food. With a motivated and enthusiastic team we aim to farm leaving our soil in good heart for future generations.


RAU Manor Farm

Incorporating a range of different farming systems, our farms demonstrate a mix of enterprises run on a commercial basis.

The University farms are based at two locations in close proximity to the campus. Coates Manor Farm and Harnhill Manor Farm total 491 hectares in size (1,200 acres), and offer very different farming systems. There is also an equine enterprise providing a stabling and livery facility at Fossehill Farm. All the enterprises are run on a commercial basis, and our students benefit through access to their physical and financial data.Coates Manor Farm is predominantly arable cropped, with some pasture land supporting the equine activity.

We currently grow feed and milling wheat, oilseed rape and spring malting barley.


Overbury Farms

Overbury Farms is Cotswold arable farm with sheep on Bredon Hill on the Worcestershire Gloucestershire borders.

Part of family owned Overbury Enterprises, the farm covers 1,565 hectares and surrounds the picturesque villages of Overbury and Conderton.


Mountfair Farming

Mountfair Farming is an agri-business specialising in contract farming & farm management services in the Scottish Borders & North Northumberland.

Our aim is to maximise income, increase long term productivity and sustainability for the landowners whilst using a sustainable and environmental approach.


Mackie’s Westertown Farm

Home to Mackie’s of Scotland is Westertown Farm, a 1600 acre farm in Aberdeenshire, where the wind, land and cows help produce fresh milk and power for the business – including the byre, ice cream dairy and chocolate factory.

This has become our “Sky to Scoop” process for making Ice cream where the wind provides power for the farm that grows the crops to feed the cows who make the milk (and cream) to make Mackie’s ice cream. It’s a wonderful environment and we’re committed to keeping it that way, both visually and by adopting ‘green’ working practices.