About us

A lot has changed since we started in 1986.

The farm diversified from dairy to free range egg production. We branded our eggs under Wynnes of Dinmore then Country Flavours.  We won many competitions through the “Flavours of Herefordshire” scheme and even had a mention in Rick Stein’s “Food heroes” book.

By 2004 we had 15,000 free range hens, 3000 pigs, cider fruit, 200 sheep, a farm shop and two young daughters. We also had two vans on the road delivering eggs, jams, pickles and cakes etc throughout Herefordshire and surrounding counties and In 2005 we began manufacturing poultry housing.

In 2007 cancer struck (Ann) and we had to change direction somewhat as we faced an uncertain future

By 2009 we picked ourselves up and continued diversifying, adding our first group of pygmy goats to breed from. We employed a lovely lady (Christabell) to run our farm shop and from that point we went from strength to strength.

However sadly in September of that year she died of a very rare cancer. We were absolutely devastated. We nearly packed up at that point but instead our youngest daughter Emily returned to the farm to help us for a while.

The retail side grew and by 2015 we moved from our small farm shop to a larger building.

2019 – In December we opened “The Grange” as a holiday let and within days, bookings began to flood in.

2020 – The covid pandemic . Like everyone else we immediately closed the tearoom, walkway but sales of poultry, pygmy goats and alpacas flourished.

2021 – We added another holiday cottage – The lookout

2022 – In September We moved the poultry shop and slowly turned part of the farm into our Wynnes Business Park.

2023 – Due to family illness In December we stopped selling live poultry. We still sell feed and supplies and continue to breed and sell pygmy goats, alpacas and ouessant sheep.  Additionally the business park has grown and now have units and storage available to let.

Thank you for taking the time to read this… we look forward to seeing you sometime.

Ann, Bryan and Roxy