Bath Organic Farms is a family run business based in the village of Weston in Bath. The Robinson family is now in it’s 5th generation of farming and are dedicated to organic farming principles.
2001 – The farm turn to organic production to seek new outlets for the livestock produced on the farms.
2003 – Bath Organic Farms was formed in partnership with Jonathan Dimbleby and our organic farm shop was opened in Weston Village, selling organic produce from the farms.
2003 – Bath Organic Farms established a presence at the local Farmers Markets in Bath and Bristol, and Paul Robinson became Chairman of the Bath Farmers Market.
2004 – We made our first organic beef & lamb burgers, and won a Soil Association award for organic lamb.
2004 – We launched the first organic beef burgers at the Glastonbury Festival, and our organic burgers became very popular at local events, including Bath Rugby matches.
2007 – The village shop was closed so we could concentrate on producing and selling through our direct food outlets at local markets.
2010 – A further block of land became available and we entered into an agreement to farm Kelston Tumps – an iconic landmark on the Bath Skyline.
2012 – Our first legume rich and wild flower meadow grass leys were sown at Bungalow Farm to encourage the wild bee & butterfly population.
2013 – Headland cover crops with wild seed plants were sown to shelter and protect wild birds.
2015 – We launch our new website!
Our commitment to organic farming
Continuing our beliefs of organic farming and being kind to nature, it was decided to farm this land to Higher level stewardship standards.
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