Plumpton College At Flimwell
Centre
for Sustainable Food Farming and Forestry

Recognised by the EU as one of the best Leader+Projects in the South East.
And - Highly Commended Campaign to Protect Rural England Sussex, Countryside Award 2011


rural business training

rural skills

countryside management
computer training
butchery training
environment and grants
sheep and lambs
farming advice
farm animals
trug making
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Courses take place in Sussex -
Flimwell TN5 7PR
Netherfield TN33 9QB
and TN33 9QL or
Plumpton BN7 3AE
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Plumpton College at Flimwell
Centre for Sustainable Food Farming and Forestry

The Woodland Enterprise Centre
Flimwell
TN5 7PR
Telephone
01580 879547

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Plumpton College
Ditchling Road
Plumpton, Lewes
East Sussex. BN7 3AE
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01273 890454

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Site Updated December 2016

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Advisory Farm Visits
 
 
 
The Centre for Sustainable Food Farming and Forestry offers advisory visits, consultations and follow up e-mail and telephone mentoring. We can visit your farm to discuss your ideas and assist with creating an action plan. The consultation can either address the whole farm enterprise, including marketing, or focus on specific issues and usually takes the form of a farm visit and report.
 
 
 
 
Typical areas covered may include:

Condition of grassland and soils Weed control Forage production and nutrition Clean grazing Stocking rates Stock fencing Organic conversion Beef, lamb, and free range pork enterprises Winter housing Selection of finished stock Product Planning
Direct marketing On farm cutting room and cold storage
Business planning

Please contact Rebecca Butler for further details including costs
Telephone 01580 879547 or email Advisory Visit