Welcome to Wildfell Farm
Wildfell Farm in Ramsey Heights, Huntingdon, is 260 acres of land nestled on the edge of the fens and bordering conservation land.
The Wildfell Aberdeen Angus herd was established in 2015 by Chris Wilkinson whose primary aim, drive and ambition was to satisfy a personal desire to produce consistently great quality beef using selected genetics from around the world where superior eating quality is recognised and rewarded, using conservation grazing. Put simply, we want to consistently produce beef which has a recognisably better eating quality which matches the global brand image and validates it as a superior quality product.
We currently have 145 pedigree Aberdeen Angus breeding females and 6 stock bulls. We have a good selection of bulls for sale ideally suited for heifers. Stock for sale - Click here.
We have raised a bumper crop of young bulls this year sired through our AI programme from Te Mania Berkley, Tuwharetoa Regent, Quaker Hill Blindside and from our own stock-bulls Wildfell Perseus and Oakchurch Dynamite. Your calls are welcome if you'd like to discuss this or for any more information.
Alongside the Wildfell Aberdeen Angus herd we are also producing Wildfell Wagyu with a small but increasing number of Wagyu x Aberdeen Angus, using our full blood stock bull Wildfell Sammyano whose genetics can be traced back to Japan. We now have a supply of mature Wagyu steers available for commercial purposes and are looking to supply to local restaurants. We also have a small flock of breeding sheep comprised of Norfolk Horns and Lleyns and we raise around 200 lambs each Spring both for breeding and commercial use.
We take the health and welfare of all our animals seriously and provide them with a lot of care, attention and affection resulting in a healthy, contented and docile herds and flock. We performance record all our Aberdeen Angus with Breedplan and have now achieved their Gold star rating.
We are recording complete performance information with BREEDPLAN for our Angus across all traits for which EBVs are available. These figures evaluate our Aberdeen Angus in relation to all other animals registered in the breed and help us determine which animals are the best.
We are conscientious in our efforts to minimise our environmental impact. We use low density grazing over approximately 260 hectares of grassland, we participate in the Higher Level Stewardship scheme which is increasing the amount of fenland wildlife and we never import or use animal feed from overseas so any supplementary feed we use is home grown or supplied by local farmers..
We are members of the Aberdeen Angus Cattle Society, the British and Australian Waygu Associations, the Norfolk Horn Breeder Group and the Lleyn Sheep Association.We are in TB4 area, Red Tractor and BVD accredited and are members of the Biobest HiHealth scheme
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