Hi! We’re Nick and Carys Grayson, and we run Nether Haugh Farm with our three young sons; Arthur, William and Thomas. We are located just outside the historic village of Wentworth, near Rotherham.

We are 4th generation farmers and the latest in a long line of Graysons based here in Nether Haugh. The Graysons moved to the farm in 1939 and it has been farmed by the family ever since. Since taking over the reins, we have built up a herd of Aberdeen Angus cattle, pedigree Saddleback pigs and a mixture of sheep.

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With just over 200 acres of fields across the suburbs of Rotherham, Barnsley and Sheffield, we are true mixed farmers with both arable and livestock working together.

We are most well known for our Christmas Turkeys, which our family has been producing for nearly 100 years. All of the turkeys are reared and prepared using traditional methods, and everything is done by us, by hand!

We love providing the local community with sustainable, local produce from our little family farm. So take a look around, drop us a message and try some of our meat!

  • Enjoying The Countryside

    Enjoying The Countryside

    As farmers, we have the privilege of enjoying the countryside everyday, and we want you to enjoy it to!Β  However please remember these 3 important things whilst doing so: Please...

    Enjoying The Countryside

    As farmers, we have the privilege of enjoying the countryside everyday, and we want you to enjoy it to!Β  However please remember these 3 important things whilst doing so: Please...

Know your Farmer, Know your Food

Buying from local farms and embracing the farm-to-fork movement is not only a great way to support your community, but it's also a way to promote sustainability.

When you buy from local farms, you're supporting small businesses and the local economy. You're also reducing your carbon footprint by choosing food that has not traveled far to reach your plate.

Follow along on our journey to get to know us, and get to know the food that you're putting on your plate.