Jen-Dee Farm is a smallholding on the outskirts of the Norfolk village of Ovington and is run by husband and wife Geoff and Kate Smith. In early August this year I visited the farm to take photographs for the Wayland Partnership Plough to Plate exhibition.
Their smallholding is a great example of a farm that produces “good life meat”. All the animals are happy, well looked after and have plenty of space to roam and do what they love to do – whether it’s basking in mud, pecking in the dirt or grazing on grass.
Geoff and Kate sell their meat and produce locally at markets as well as from the farm gate and they have also just invested in a burger van, which they take to shows and events.
We regularly buy meat from Jen-Dee and it is, as they say, quite Jen-Delicious!
I am exhibiting a few of my pictures at the Dragonfly Gallery in Watton which is a celebration of local farming and part of the Brecks food festival. The exhibition runs until 14th September. You can also by a book of the photographs HERE.