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We started farming traditional breeds at Savin Hill back in October 1998, when we took stock of three British White maiden heifers. They were the start of what has since been a passionate devotion to preserving some of Britain's traditional breeds monitored by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust.

Savin Hill is a small farm based in the beautiful Lyth Valley, South Lakeland. We began with four acres of low lying land in 1997. The last eleven years has seen us increase herd numbers, buildings and grazing land within the Lyth Valley,  together with building our own on-site butchery. All these elements have given us the flexibility to cope with maintaining highest welfare and quality standards through to continuity of supply with our increasing direct customer base.

Pork and Damson Sausages - Our Speciality

The Lyth Valley is famous for damsons, as well as Savin Hill Farm of course! We are the home of the original pork and damson sausages, made to our own special recipe.

Real Lancashire Black Pudding

We have some real Lancashire black pudding available for sale, including a chilli bomb version. Prices start at £2.50. Please contact us for details.

Traditional Pig Keeping Book

The cover of a book on traditional pig keeping is graced by two of our Middle White Sows, Betty and Milly. The book, by Carol Harris is a comprehensive guide covering all aspects of pig husbandry. It is aimed at the small scale farmer and includes day to day management such as housing, breeding, showing, sales and marketing, welfare, food regulations and organic pig keeping.

The book is available from