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Wilderhope Farm

Wilderhope Farm is a mixed arable and sheep farm which forms part of the Wilderhope Estate, the main feature of which being a 16th century manor house which is owned by the National Trust. The farm is located within a valley, through which runs a small tree lined stream. Wheat, barley, oil seed rape and oats are grown on the arable land, with the remainder of the land being managed through sheep grazing / cutting for hay. Three former arable fields have recently been reverted to grassland in an attempt to increase the amount of species rich calcareous grassland on the holding.


Much Wenlock
TF13 6EG

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01694 771285
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