Our talented kitchen team are always busy making the fresh homemade food you can enjoy in our both our cafes, and now you can take home a selection of our Old Holly Chutney, Salad dressings, Lemon Curd, Zest Lemon Marmalade, Orange Marmalade and various jams!
Stuck for ideas for a special someone then our Farm Shop has some great gifts for all any occassion. Or our Hampers are a lovely gift, which we can make up with your favourite things! The shop is a vibrant part of Old Holly Farm, selling a huge range of home produced and locally sourced food.
You can watch our cows being milked daily at 4.30pm, then taste where it goes......
The Ice cream we sell is made on the farm by Angela, under the brand CoolCow. Angela uses the Old Holly cows milk to make the fantastic flavours available to try in our farm shop!
So whether you just fancy a cone on a hot sunny day, or a tub to take home and enjoy, visit our farm shop and see which flavour tickles your fancy!!
Or why not pick up some of our Free Range Organic Eggs - fresh from the Old Holly Chickens every day!!
We also have a wide selection of local jams, honey, preserves and bread, plus organic and gluten free products, we work hard to source our products from local suppliers where possible.
Old Holly Milk is now available to
buy from our Farm Shop!!
David and Ian are very proud to be able to offer our own cows milk for
our customers to enjoy at home!
David said "Being able to produce our own Milk which our customers can enjoy at home has been a dream of ours for a long time! The milk is already used in the Cafe and Playbarn to make drinks, plus it is used to make the Coolcow Ice cream on site, and the Creamy Lancashire Cheese already available in the shop.
But the idea of customers being able to enjoy our milk at home really is an exciting addition to Old Holly!!"
Don't forget you can watch David and Ian milking our cows at 4.30pm everyday!
Lets Talk Turkeys
Back for you to order from October 2013 for Christmas 2013!
A bit about where the Turkeys come from...
The Tomlinsons farm at Salwick Farm, Salwick, Preston which is only 10miles from Old Holly! The family have been Turkey farming for over 20years, and also farm dairy cows, beef, sheep and cereals!
The turkeys are reared naturally to 22weeks, compared to a supermarkets 14weeks. We went to visit the Farm and Turkeys in November 2009 and we were very impressed with the standard of care and condition of the turkeys (they even have a "turkey hospital" where poorly turkeys are cared for until they are better!).
The key differences between white and bronze turkeys are......
- White turkeys have white feathers, white meat, and a more delicate taste. White turkeys have a broader breast than the bronze.
- Bronze turkeys have a bronze-like sheen to their plumage, the meat is a shade darker than white, has a denser texture in the fibres of the meat, and it has a subtle “gamey” taste.
Follow this link for the British I love Turkey website, full of information all things Turkey >>>