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Watch this space as our Rare Breed cattle the Whitebred Shorthorns are pregnant and due to give birth in May 2019! Also our Cheviot sheep are hopefully pregnant and we should see some little lambs in May too, as we have delayed the tupping process in the hope fo better weather for lambing that in 2018 . ...

Our new project for 2019 - a stand of Scots Pine trees. It has been in our mind for sometime to plant some Scots pine trees in our top field. It is one of the highest points on the farm at 326 feet. The Scots Pine is a fabulous tree. Latin 'Pinus sylvestris'. Scots pine is an evergreen conifer native to northern Europe, and is one of just three conifers native to the UK. ...

Build It Magaine features Cragend Farm in February 2019 Our thanks to Dave and Heather Dixon for setting up this great editorial in the building magazine Build It. Cragend Farm is featured and amongst others Storey and Edmondson David Humble Windows and MKM Alnwick are mentioned as part of our great team who helped us renovate the buildings. The magazine is available at m ...

Hadrian's Wall Path Walk 84 miles from coast to coast following the World Heritage Site of Hadrian's Wall, past Roman settlements and forts. There's history every step of the way, and cosy pubs, bustling market towns and great views too. We suggest that if you are keen to walk in Northumberland that Hadirans Wall is just one of many walks and that coming to stay at Cragend Gr ...

In September we hosted Heritage Open Days for people to come and visit the farm and see its heritage, its links to Cragside and to have a private visit to The Silo which is Grade II* and a Building at Risk. The visits comprised of a two hour tour of the farm and lots of information about the history of its many owners over the years, with exclusive access to the two turbines ...

Wednesday June 6th 2018 Cragend Farm Open Day: Cragend Farm opened its doors to the public on the 6th June to celebrate the progress of the farm to date. The Grade II* listed Silo was open and tours where held every hour to see the turbines and machinery within it. The gardens and house were also open to visitors to see the buildings and discuss our links with Cragside, the ...

We are always working on projects around the farm, but the major part to be finished so far this year is the Courtyard Terrace and we are thrilled that people will be able to sit out and use it at our Open Day on Wednesday 6th June. It is open to guests in our holiday accommodation. ...

You are invited to come and visit our finished courtyard at our Open Day on Wednesday 6th June 2018. The Courtyard Terrace Story: We moved in to the renovated Cragend Grange in August 2014, having dismantled the middle Dairy barn to create a central space, and work started on the internal courtyard in the south. The Armstrong Wing bedroom suite was also completed during 201 ...

Cragside is one of the National Trust's top properties, enthralling children and adults alike. It was originally the home of Lord William Armstrong. Cragend Farm was also part of this estate, for Armstrongs prize cattle,  and we are located on the south side of the estate. Featured on Channel 5 on Tuesday 27th March 2018  with Alan Titchmarsh, it showcased the great house and ...

This notice has appeared at an office in Birmingham and we thought it was such a great idea we wanted to thank them for their support by giving them a mention: "TO ALL STAFF: In the Kitchen at Stechford is a picture if the 8 Sheep of which 6 may be in lamb. Some have scans  stating 2 foetus seen, some 1 and some are just scanned not confirmed.  The competition relates to th ...