You can do your bit to help Barn Owls and other farmland wildlife by looking out for the Fair to Nature ‘bee’ and choosing these nature friendly products when you do your shopping…
Jordans Cereals uses Conservation Grade oats, wheat and barley in their wholesome breakfast cereals and cereal bars, and has done so for over 25 years. There are over 30 products to choose from. From the popular Country Crisp cereal range, through muesli and granola to the juicy and filling Frusli and breakfast bar ranges.
Jordans products are stocked by most major retailers – Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Co-Op, Waitrose, Morrisons, Somerfield, Budgens.
Allinson Flour produce Nature Friendly self-raising and plain flour in 1kg and 3kg bags. These flours are produced from Conservation Grade wheat. Again, these products are stocked by all the main food retailers.
Vitacress Salads grow and market Conservation Grade accredited baby leaf salad under their own brand, ‘Steve’s Leaves’. There are currently five different salad packs in the range, with more under development. You will find them in the salad section of Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Waitrose, Budgens, and Ocado, as well as in a lot of independent retailers – find out more at the Steve’s Leaves website. The Vitacress farmers take great pride in the wide range of wildlife that thrives on their farms.
Honeychop Horse Feeds utilise the chopped straw from Fair to Nature oat crops in a range of nutritious feeds for horses. The business began as a farm diversification in 1987 and has gone from strength to strength since then. The farm is home to a wide range of wildlife, including Barn Owls and Kestrels. There are currently five products in the Honeychop range. For stockists, please visit the Honeychop website.
Lordington Lavender produce a range of beauty and bath products using lavender grown on their Conservation accredited farm on Sussex. The lavender oil comes from the French variety called Mailette. You can buy the products on-line at the Lordington Lavender website or at several Sussex farmers markets.
The farm is a haven for wildlife with a varied range of habitats attracting Barn Owls, skylarks and several species of bumblebee and butterflies, among many others.