A little about us
Blackhaugh Farm is a community managed 43 acre farm in Spittalfield, Perthshire, owned and managed by members of BFAG (Blackhaugh Farm Action Group) since 2015.
So far, we've renovated a farm house, set up Taybank Growers Cooperative which produces vegetables, fruits and herbs, planted over 500 trees, converted shabby outbuildings into useful spaces and built a hut.
The farm also hosts:
Apple tree man who produces native apple and other fruit trees
Plants with purpose a plant nursery selling medicinal and culinary herbs, laying hens whose eggs are available in our Wee Farm Shop on site and (coming soon) a cut flowers enterprise.
It has been a busy few years and we are super excited with all the progress we have made getting these different businesses off the ground. We have space for more enterprises and are open to new ideas. 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 email us for the latest dates.