Dee is a third generation farmer whose family have lived on and cared for the land in this area for more than 120 years.

Mully is also a farmer’s daughter whose parents still run a neighbouring beef and sheep farm.

The upland farm breeds cows and sheep, calving mainly in the Spring and beginning the lambing in April.  If you visit during the lambing season then you may get the chance to bottle feed a tiny lamb.

However, whatever the season there’s always something happening in the farming calendar; the smell of freshly cut grass filling the air during haymaking in early summer which is then baled and stored until needed to feed the animals in winter.  You’ll hear Dee in the distance on his quad bike or spot the tractor around the fields.

And if you ‘d like to find out more about farming then there are both local and larger agricultural shows, sheepdog trials and farmers markets which take place throughout the year.


“We look forward to welcoming you to Rolling Hills – get in touch if you have any questions and we’ll be pleased to help”