Hadlow Estate’s apple and pear harvest has been overseen this year by newly promoted fruit foreman Lewis Moullin.
A pair of barn owl chicks have successfully fledged from a nest box on the Hadlow Estate, illustrating the value of the Estate’s long-term conservation measures.
Children learned the difference between different arable crops and the way apples and pears are stored on farm to ensure fresh fruit is available through the winter on a visit to the Hadlow Estate.
Hadlow Estate is celebrating a bumper crop of prizes in a prestigious annual orchard competition run by the NFU.
Our most recent replanting operation has seen more than 13,000 new trees being planted across 7 hectares or orchard.
More than 680,000 bees are on a unique spring break at the Hadlow Estate in Kent to help it get the very best from its fruit orchards.
Arable farming operations have resumed at a record pace on the Hadlow Estate in Kent after heavy rain halted work in October last year.