About Us

Baylham House Farm is a working livestock farm dedicated to the breeding of traditional and rare breeds.

The farm has been owned by Richard Storer since 1985 and is now run by himself and his son, Farmer Neil, with the help of their dedicated staff and volunteers.

If you’d like to find out more about the history of Baylham House Farm, you can read about it here.

We keep several breeds that are under threat, mostly due to the need for most farmers to produce large quantities of cheap meat.  Our free range animals are raised slowly and live in stress free conditions, which ensures that they are happy and very friendly.

As well as our extensive breeding programme, we are also very passionate about educating people about the issues surrounding the topics of rare breeds.

If you’d like to find out more, you can read about our fishing lake, who you can visit on the Animals page and look at our useful links.