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Welcome to Fearn Farm


The Scott family have been farming at Fearn for 4 generations, with the fifth 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

Giving bulls a tidy up before we video and photograph them for our ‘The Luing and Short of It’ genetics sale in January. 60 year age gap between these hero’s, 19 year olds on the ladder! 🙈

Are you looking for a new challenge in 2021?
Want to be part of a fun, innovative team?
How about coming to join us to work with our sheep enterprise? 🐑
Check out our website, for more information on the opportunities available, applications close midday, 7th Dec 2020

We have hardstanding available for storage, approximately 31,000 square metres, which can be fenced depending on area required. Please retweet folks 👍

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Great from Grass 2020

Great from Grass 2020

Fearn Farm Great from Grass 2020 Catalogue Our Great from Grass catalogue is now ready to view! Click on the above link to download your copy! Over the past few years we have been delighted with the...

Fearn Farm Newsletter July 2020

Fearn Farm Newsletter July 2020

Great from Grass 2020 will be on! Please click here to open a copy of our July 2020 newsletter. Check out the newsletter for more information on Great from Grass 2020 – Rams and breeding females for...

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