Great From Grass Sale 2022

Friday 26th August 2022

Viewing 11am onwards, bidding closes 3pm or thereafter. 150 Aberfield, Texel, Suftex, Beltex, Suffbel & NZ Suffolk Rams, 500 Gimmers & 50 Ewe Lambs (Suff x & White Faced). Sale On-Farm & Online via Yourbid. The Great From Grass sale will go live online for bidding on Thursday 18th August and close Friday 26th August at 3pm once there has been a clear 2 minutes of no bids on any lots. Viewing Day Sunday 21st August 1pm to 4pm. Please click the ‘Click Here’ box below to access and register for the sale.

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Welcome to Fearn Farm


The Scott family have been farming at Fearn for 4 generations, with the fourth generation already making their mark on the farm too! We aim to breed commercially relevant livestock suited to modern, sustainable livestock farming systems and that are capable of thriving off high forage diets.

Ranging from light soils through to heavy clay the farm has always been a mixed unit. The farm currently grows malting barley alongside commercial and pedigree sheep and cattle.

Alongside our sheep and cattle enterprises we also farm a small arable acreage, growing barley for the malting and distilling industry and home feeding. Please don’t hesitate to contact us for further information on any of our enterprises.

news from the farm

Great to see someone taking the initiative and making their own luck. Might be someone out there thinking about the future and want to give someone a chance. Don’t know them, it they are proactive at least.

Grantown show this morning, a cracking show with a great entry of @Beef_Shorthorn cattle for me to judge this morning.

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‘The Luing’ Customer Feature

Giles Henry of Oakwood Mill, Selkirk shares why he purchased a Luing bull from us in May 2019 Giles upland organic farm of 210 ha in the Ettrick Valley has a pedigree Luing herd, calving on the 1st...

Stock Spotlight – Redhill Priddy

Stock Spotlight – Redhill Priddy

We recently welcomed Redhill Priddy to Fearn, he’s a Beef Shorthorn bull calf and was bred by Brenda Wear who lives in Somerset near the village of Priddy and hence the bulls name. To be fair to the...

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