Our farming associates

Recently the TCMG has made closer contact with a number of farmers and grain dealers who recognise the growing market for specialist flours and cereal products. They include, for example:

Howard Roberts from Hammonds End Farm, near Harpenden in Hertfordshire, who is not only supplying wheat, rye and spelt to his local mill, Redbournbury Watermill, literally just down the road, but he is also supplying to a number of other Guild mills.

Then there is Organic Arable, based near Cambridge, an independent farmer-controlled business specialising in marketing organic grains and pulses, which works closely with a number of Guild mills.

Many Guild mills buy direct from local or specialist farms, who grow grain to meet individual requirements.

If you are a grain farmer interested in working with your local mill or with the Guild as a whole please get in touch – we’re also interested in heritage grain and older varieties like the long strawed Maris Widgeon so favoured by thatchers. Many of our members mill relatively small quantities, so even the odd tonne or two is of interest.

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  1. The Hill family have farmed at Manor Farm Bradenham since Bertie Hill bought it in 1932 . My son Alastair who is fourth generation moved into Manor Farm last week. We have grown Spelt wheat for over twenty years and now have a new hulling/processing plant here on the farm. We have an organic processing licence (of&g) so we can supply both conventional and organic spelt. We are happy to pack in large or small bags to supply anywhere in the UK.
    We can be contacted on 07850913645/01362820239 or at office@rwhillfarms.co.uk
    Many thanks David Hill

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