Farm Happenings

Welcome to Primrose Farm’s latest news:

Primrose Farmhouse Cookery Book

NEW from Primrose Farm – A cookery book featuring the favourite recipes from the Primrose farmhouse kitchen. Click this picture for details of how to order. Includes our most popular, lemon drizzle cake!

Our new pigs arrive

Our new pigs arrived today … and wasted no time tucking into lunch. We haven’t named them yet, but once they are settled in and we get to know their personalities, we’re sure two suitable names will come to mind.

Helping Amelia

Amelia the turkey sat for 28 days and I got increasingly worried. Her eggs didn’t look viable and if I didn’t intervene, this was not going to end well. Thanks to Jonathan Hill of Hills Hatchery and Ross Gardner of Otter Poultry,

Spring has sprung

Yesterday, Devon was officially announced as the wettest county in England in March 2018. I’m not surprised as it has been extremely challenging over the last few weeks, with every type of weather, from horizontal rain to snow and ice.


A year ago when I started looking for a property with letting cottages, everyone said you will need to have a USP – a unique selling point, that magic formula that differentiates what you have to offer over the many other choices that potential guests have when it comes to accommodation. In developing Primrose Farm and its cottages I think I found it…

Blame it all on genetics

Oscar, our 9 year old rescue Labrador, is true to breed in that he has no moral compass when it comes to food. He will shovel anything into his system in the absence of any conscience or vestige of remorse…

Meet Leo

Leo is our neutered rescue cat brought over from South Africa. To describe him I would say he is a combination of the lion in the Wizard of Oz and Jonesy in Dad’s Army – don’t panic, don’t panic. He definitely needs a dose of bravery and even the vet in Johannesburg called him a Dorothy…

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