Brambletye Farm is in a peaceful setting in the rolling hills north of Forest Row, East Sussex. The land is worked inter-dependently by three separate businesses using biodynamic principles and a largely closed system where little waste is produced and few other products are brought in. The main crop is apples and Brambletye grow fourteen varieties of them, along with two varieties of pear and some soft fruit. 2,500 happy and healthy hens and cockerels roam free in the orchard, pecking around the trees and fertilizing the tree roots. A blog post about this shoot can be found here.