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Craigies Farm

Our Farm

Whilst our shop makes us a little different from the average farm, we’re still very much a working farm.

West Craigie is a 260 acre arable farm; this means that we have no livestock.

So, What Do We Grow?

As well as growing crops for you to pick, or to buy ready picked, we also grow crops such as:

Soft fruit – we grow a large range of soft fruits in tunnels and outdoors.

We use polytunnels to protect our crop and it also enables us to spread the season. (We also use bees to do the pollination - you can buy some delicious local honey in the shop.)

Vegetables – in the last few years, we’ve expanded the range of vegetables we grow. For example, beans, peas, cabbages, beetroot, squashes of all shapes and sizes and lots more.

Cereals – West Craigie is a good wheat farm, the main cereal that we grow. The wheat is sold to local mills for flour or animal feed. We keep a small amount of the straw for our strawberries; the rest is sold to a local stock farmer.  We also grow Spring Barley which is sold to make Whisky.

Potatoes –we used to grow our own potatoes, but due to the large investment needed for equipment, we now rent some land to a local farmer to grow his potatoes. He gets good ground and we get a great crop of wheat after it!

Fallow –We fallow some ground every year to rest the ground from intensive farming. Furthermore, it gives the birds good nesting sites, we can control weeds without relying on selective herbicides and it gives a good crop of wheat the following year.

To find out what’s in season click here

Like generations of farmers, part of daily work involves managing the countryside, such us planting hedges, creating beetle banks, sowing area of wild flower meadow etc.

Linking the environment and farming – LEAF.  We are members of this organisation and are working towards obtaining the LEAF marquee.  To find out more, visit

In short, we are committed to farming with nature whilst having a sustainable future.

On your next visit, why not take a stroll around the farm to see the work we do. Any questions about what is going on, just ask.

Craigies Corner

  • Craigie's Farm Shop and CafeCraigie's Farm Shop and Cafe Fancy something sweet during the October holidays? Starting today we will be running an offer on our tasty Cookielicious range! Enjoy 3 goodies for £5 - while stocks last. Perfect for adding a bit of sweetness to your day!
  • Craigie's Farm Shop and CafeCraigie's Farm Shop and Cafe PYO Apples Tomorrow At Craigie's! We're very excited to announce that tomorrow you will be able to PYO apples! Enjoy a tractor trailer ride down to the orchard, learn about the different kinds of apples grown on the farm and then pick your own! We have 3 tractor rides available, leaving at 12pm, 1pm and 2pm! Please note the tractor trailer rides are on a first come first served basis - so please arrive prompt! PYO apples will only be available tomorrow for one day only but we're hoping to add another couple of dates soon so keep an eye out on our facebook page! We hope to see you tomorrow!
  • Craigie's Farm Shop and CafeCraigie's Farm Shop and Cafe
  • Craigie's Farm Shop and CafeCraigie's Farm Shop and Cafe
  • Craigie's Farm Shop and CafeCraigie's Farm Shop and Cafe It's time for our Cake of the Week! It’s a Scary pumpkin Victoria Sponge cake! Perfect for celebrating the launch of our Pick Your Own Pumpkins this Saturday!

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