WELCOME TO TOMBRECK FARM
Over the past few years we have been looking for new farmers and growers to join us on the farm, and are very pleased to now have several new enterprises - a start up market garden with free range hens, Scottish wildflowers and willow growing.
Our long term vision is to farm as a co-operative or social enterprise. The land is being farmed organically and ecologically by adopting regenerative farm management systems.
We want our growers to be able to live and work on the farm, and to enable this we hope to build new affordable housing protected by a mutual home ownership scheme from becoming second homes or holiday lets
We are interested in hearing from you if you have a proposal that would compliment our existing farm business.
In the long term will be inviting proposals for farming Highland cattle and other stock, and the existing 3 bed-roomed farmhouse would also be available by this time.
If you have a project in mind please arrange to visit the farm and discuss your ideas.
We would then require written proposals and a business plan.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Tombreck Farm is in Highland Perthshire beside Loch Tay and on the south facing slopes of Ben Lawers. Tober Brown inherited the farm in 1997, and since then has planted thousands of trees and helped to create the community at Tombreck, which currently numbers 20 people. We have a herd of pedigree KuneKune pigs, Castlemilk Moorit rare breed sheep, hens, herb, flower and vegetable gardens and sell produce at our on site farm shop. Tombreck is home to the Big Shed community building www.bigshed.org.uk and several small businesses including ecological architecture LLP, www.ecological-architecture.co.uk We are also a Permaculture ScotLAND Centre.