Organic From Our Roots - Farm and Family

Meet Our Herd

Nestled on the outskirts of Dartmoor in the village of Bratton Clovelly, Devon, lies Ellacott Farm. In 2002, Mark, along with his family, embarked on a journey to revive the land from years of intensive farming.

Their mission was clear: to cultivate the finest quality food, ethically and naturally, with a deep commitment to animal welfare. After two strenuous years, marked by the planting of over 30,000 trees, the restoration of miles of hedgerows, and extensive fencing, the farm achieved organic certification. With time, indigenous flora flourished, and local wildlife, including bees, birds, and deer, returned to the rejuvenated landscape.

From Farm to Fork

Transitioning from Farm to Fork, Mark collaborated with the Rare Breeds Survival Trust to establish a herd of native Aberdeen Angus cattle. These animals are exclusively grass-fed, roaming freely across Ellacott Farm's organic pastures in Devon, grazing on grasses and wildflowers alone, never grain.

Eversfield Organic emerged as a conduit for delivering Soil Association-certified organic meats directly from Devon's lush pastures to consumers' doorsteps. Their offerings extend beyond meats to include fresh organic fruits, vegetables, wild-caught fish, and charcuterie.

The ethos of supporting local producers underscores their philosophy, fostering numerous positive outcomes such as reducing food miles and bolstering community development.

Soil and Sea, now under the ownership of the Bury family, stands as an extension of Eversfield Organic's commitment to sustainable, organic agriculture.