About Lower Wallop Farm
Lower Wallop Farm is mixed beef, sheep and arable, with about 60 acres of woodland. Most of the farm has been certified organic, since 2009. We have a Hereford beef suckler herd and Lleyn ewes. We also keep a small number of rare breed and traditional animals: Balwyn sheep, and Gloucester Old Spot pigs.
We often have stock to sell: get in touch if you are interested. We sometimes have small quantities of crops for sale: barley, oats, wheat, triticale and field beans. Also hay and straw in big and small bales.
Lower Wallop Farm is on the last fold in Long Mountain in West Shropshire, along the Welsh Marches. Long Mountain lies between the Breidden Hills and the Stiperstones, forming the high ground between Shrewsbury and Welshpool
The farm is rich in wildlife and wild flowers. Footpaths and bridleways cross the farm, following ancient wooded tracks to the top of Aston Hill. From the top, you will have stunning views over the Rea Valley to the Stiperstones, and over the Shropshire Plain to The Wrekin.