Wilmaston Farm is made up of around 1007 acres near Peterchurch in Herefordshire. It is nestled in the Golden Valley and consists of 600 acres of arable land, 300 acres of permanent grassland, 100 acres of managed woodland, and 10 acres which include a farm house and outbuildings as well as six further residential properties.
Wilmaston farm is a picturesque rural farming estate that concentrates its efforts in producing top quality beef and lamb reared off home produced feed, as well as an array of arable crops. All livestock produced at Wilmaston enjoy their time grazing on the rolling pastures of the Golden Valley
Set in the rolling hills of Herefordshire, it has been part of The Portman Estate for almost 50 years. With 800 ewes, 130 cows and a whole host of crops across its 1,007 acres, Wilmaston is a local source for lamb and arable, and works with the local community to educate the future of the farming world.
Wilmaston Farm has the following accreditations, of which we are extremely proud:
Our farms have been the backdrops to many recognisable moments in film and TV including Channel 4’s Peep Show! Take a look at the beautiful scenery in our short film on the home page of the website, or on the photos above. If you’d like to film here you can – just get in touch with the team who can get everything arranged for you.