Health & Wellbeing

The farmer is the most important asset on a farm. Focusing on our own health and wellbeing, and not just that of our animals, crops and machinery, is vital to running a successful farm. Taking time out will enable us to farm both effectively and safely as well as help us develop new habits to support our health and wellbeing.

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Our mental health is equally as important as our physical health and it is vital that we give both the attention that they need so we can farm both productively and efficiently. By establishing a positive self-care routine for ourselves and the farming family we can have a happier and healthier work life balance whilst improving our personal wellness.

Bereavement & Loss

The death of a loved one is one of the most difficult and emotional events you can experience in your lifetime. The pain and grief that follows can feel overwhelming and a death on a farm is no different though often more complicated as it impacts on the farm business as well.  The stages of mourning and grief…

Emotional Health

As well as our physical health, it is equally important that we look after our emotional health. Emotional health is about:   building resilience so that we can deal with the life’s challenges, helping to achieve life balance and peace.  how we think and feel about things.  our sense of wellbeing and our ability to cope with life events and   how we acknowledge our own emotions and feelings as well…

Family & Personal Relationships

Connection with other people is vital to maintaining good health and wellbeing. Focusing time and effort on relationships with family members and friends in order to build stronger connections creates balance and makes life interesting.  Relationships on family farms are unique with the focus often moving between farm and family dynamics. Siblings, parents and extended family members – whether through relationships, marriage or blood – often are part of a collective effort…

Physical Health

Whilst farmers are renowned for the attention they give to their livestock, crops and machinery, they often do not have such a great track record when it comes to taking care of themselves and their wellbeing.   We believe that farmers are the most important asset on a farm, but many are reluctant to visit the GP for any number of reasons. However, it is not only important to make our physical health a priority, but…


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