A Bull Named ‘Charlie’

Livestock on the farm has been a staple part of farming life for us since the 1920’s, however in 2006 we made the difficult decision to stop fattening store cattle and look at other options.  After a spell of looking after a pedigree suckler herd of Red Polls for a neighbour, we purchased 10 heifers from Norfolk, Falconers herd and began our Aberdeen Angus pedigree herd.

Today we have 17 cows and a bull named ‘Charlie’ from the Aynho herd.  It is hoped that we can continue to grow and increase the size of out own pedigree herd under the prefix ‘Wold’.

Currently our heifer’s are being held back for breeding and the steers are fattened up and sold locally to Farndon Fields Farm Shop where their in-house butchery hang the meat for 28 days before being sold.