A little about us
Blackhaugh Farm is a community managed 43 acre farm in Spittalfield, Perthshire, owned and managed by members of Blackhaugh Farm Action Group since 2015.
So far we've renovated a farm house, planted 100s of trees, converted outbuildings into work spaces, built a hut, pizza oven, new fences and water systems.
The farm is home to a number of small scale land based enterprises who work alongside each other, including:
Taybank Growers Cooperative which produces vegetables, fruits and herbs.
Apple tree man who produces native apple and other fruit trees.
Down to Earth, who grow and forage gourmet mushrooms
Scran eggs - organic laying hens
Cosmos Flower Farm - a cut flowers enterprise.
Down to Earth - Gourmet and foraged mushrooms
Produce from all of these enterprises is available at the Wee Farm Shop and Appletreeman's tree nursery on site
We have a central group of volunteers who get together regularly to develop farm infrastructure and governance, all those who have a business on the farm are encouraged to take a part in the wider farm development and management. There is still land available for more projects and we are open to all sorts of ideas that further sustainable farming in accordance with our aims, objectives & values. Long term our big ambition is to build houses on the farm so that those working here can live on site alongside the land they tend.
We host work days at the farm on the second Saturday of most months, anyone is welcome to come along, please email us for information.