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 Our Working Landscape

Fresh | Seasonal | Local produce

This Week's Specials

 

 

  • Our Slow Grown Lamb Leg steaks

  • Arron's Spicy Wild Pigeon Koftas

  • Our Freshly Picked French & Runner Beans 

  • Our Hand Picked Courgettes

  • Cucumbers Straight From The Polytunnel!

  • Shepherds Kitchen Raspberry Frangipanes

 

Open daily 10 am - 5 pm 10 am - 3 pm Sunday

farmshop@southbrockwellsfarm.com

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The Home of 

SUSSEX ASPARAGUS

A working family farm, established in 1976. South Brockwells has a busy seasonal farm shop selling our freshly cut asparagus, grass reared lamb, hogget and goat meat, home grown seasonal vegetables and oven ready wild game in season. We have a commercial flock of sheep and a Boer Goat herd, an established livery yard and XC course to hire. We organise a variety of equine events.

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Seasonal Produce

From Our Blog - Our working Landscape

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What Our Customers Say

"Today we had our first BBQ of the year (March 1st)!   We had your lamb, on your recommendation, the Barnsley chop for myself and cutlets for my wife and girls, plus Arron's pork sausages. I have to say, having bought Sussex Lamb from many a farm over the years, what we have just had was without question, the best I have ever eaten, flavour, size and meat/fat balance.  Top sausages to compliment as well.  I just wanted to say REALLY exceptional, THANK YOU to you all for producing such outstanding food".

M BURDEN, ISFIELD (March 2021)

"Lovely very locally sourced products if its not their own produce, a lot of it is. Making great use of their existing shop whilst... new much larger area in the making. Very much a family run business". 

M PARKS, ISFIELD (Nov 2020)

"Small farm shop with all fresh ingredients, perfect for dinner ingredients if you are camping".

K PECK (August 2020)

"Brilliant farm with great produce and lovely knowledgeable and helpful staff".

   

T CHERRILL (June 2020)

"Best sausages I have ever tasted".

C POTTS (Feb 2021)