Little Oak Farm

rare breed Middle White pork

 

Links

We have listed below links you might find useful including some of the hotels and restuarants that we supply.

 

Local restaurant's we supply

The Cafe Porlock Weir

Set in the heart of Exmoor National Park in front of the 13th Century harbour at Porlock Weir, Somerset. The Café is the place for those who want to enjoy the countryside by the sea.The Cafe Porlock Weir offers a choice of 5 bedrooms, most with sea views across Porlock Bay and the Bristol Channel. Andrew and Sarah Dixon are passionate about food and aim to deliver the highest standards found anywhere on Exmoor.

Website. The Cafe@porlockweir.co.uk

 

Clavershay Barn

Clavershay Barn is an award winning sustainable restaurant located in a traditional stone barn on a family farm on the edge of the Quantock Hills. With Head Chef Olivier Certain at the helm they produce some amazing food.

Website.Clavershaybarn.co.uk

 

Lord Paulett Arms

The award winning Gastro-Pub situated in the village of Hinton St George. Serving great tasting food under the supervision of Chef Philip Verden.

Website. Lord Paulett Arms

 

More Useful Links

The Rare Breed Survival Trust.

The Rare Breeds Survival Trust is the leading national charity working to conserve and protect the United Kingdom's rare native breeds of farm animals from extinction. You will find more information here about the Middle White Pig.

Website. www.rbst.org.uk

 

The British Pig Association

The British Pig Association was founded in 1884. The Association is the official breed society and maintains the Herd Books for the following breeds: Berkshire, British Landrace, British Saddleback, Duroc, Gloucestershire Old Spots, Hampshire, Large Black, Large White, Mangalitza, Middle White, Oxford Sandy & Black, Pietrain, Tamworth and Welsh.

Website. www.britishpigs.org.uk

 

The Middle White Breeders Club

The club was established in 1991 to promote the breed and to help breeders.

The Middle White Pig Breeders' Club is not exclusively for breeders and anyone with an interest in the breed or pigs in general is welcome to join.

Website. www.middlewhite.co.uk

 

The Exmoor Producers Association

The EPA was set up in 1995 to actively promote the wide range of bussinesses that are producing goods in the Exmoor area. The EPA shop was estabished in 2000 is is open from 10am to 5pm Monday to Saturday. You will find it on Friday Street, Minehead.

Weebsite.www.exmoor-producers.co.uk