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Rhug Estate celebrating 20 years of farming organically

On Oct 25, 2020
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Lord Newborough - “Farming organically has to come from the heart, you have to believe in what you are doing" 💚 Brilliant to see @Rhug_Estate featured in @Wales247, celebrating 20yrs since #organic conversion for their 2,200 acre farm first began 🙌> https://t.co/RgIuKZd0Da
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Rhug Estate is celebrating its 20th anniversary of farming organically this month. Lord Newborough and his team successfully transformed the farm from being a low input / low output traditional beef and sheep farm in 2000, to the successful, organic, farming business it is today. ...

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On Oct 25, 2020
@SoilAssociation shared
Lord Newborough - “Farming organically has to come from the heart, you have to believe in what you are doing" 💚 Brilliant to see @Rhug_Estate featured in @Wales247, celebrating 20yrs since #organic conversion for their 2,200 acre farm first began 🙌> https://t.co/RgIuKZd0Da
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Rhug Estate celebrating 20 years of farming organically

Rhug Estate celebrating 20 years of farming organically

Rhug Estate is celebrating its 20th anniversary of farming organically this month. Lord Newborough and his team successfully transformed the farm from being a low input / low output ...

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