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Sauls Farm

Sauls Farm

Sauls Farm, originally a circa 100-acre satellite farm of Radleigh Barton, lies in a small valley leading to the River Taw. The 16th century cob and thatched farmhouse overlook the Heywood of the Forestry Commission, Eggesford Forest.  As well as culm rhos pasture, it contains a 2-acre traditional orchard with a small pond, ancient semi-natural oak woodland, a number of typical traditional Devon hedgesand hedgebanks, a small one-acre vineyard, permanent grassland and is bordered on one side by a small tributary of the River Taw. Conservation is of prime importance in the management of the farm, which nowadays produces its own apple juice, cider, wine and honey and has a small flock of sheep, a few bullocks and some poultry.

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