We came to Dannah Farm in 1985 and over the years we have had sheep and beef cattle and have grown a variety of crops, from barley to linseed. Currently the land is down to Wheat, Barley and Oilseed Rape with some of the grassland used for grazing. There is often activity on the farm, especially at the crucial harvesting and planting times.
Both Dannah and all the local farmland is crisscrossed with footpaths and is perfect for walking – from gentle strolls to more strenuous hikes! The countryside around Dannah is alive with wildlife, and home to many wild birds. Buzzards, kestrels, snipe, lapwing, skylarks and a variety of owls can all be seen within our boundaries, and there are many resident badgers, foxes and hares.