Home

Innovative farming
for the future
We believe in farming as a force for good, investing in our
natural assets and passionate people to cultivate quality food
and produce while leaving a long-term legacy built on
sustainability
DISCOVER MORE
Innovative farming
for the future
We believe in farming as a force for good, investing in our
natural assets and passionate people to cultivate quality food
and produce while leaving a long-term legacy built on
sustainability
DISCOVER MORE
Innovative farming
for the future
We believe in farming as a force for good, investing in our
natural assets and passionate people to cultivate quality food
and produce while leaving a long-term legacy built on
sustainability
DISCOVER MORE
Previous
Next
Innovative farming
for the future
We believe in farming as a force for good, investing in our
natural assets and passionate people to cultivate quality food
and produce while leaving a long-term legacy built on
sustainability

James Dyson
on farming & technology

Farming is not a cottage-industry, or something quaint and nostalgic; efficient, high-technology agriculture holds many of the keys to our future. Sustainable food production and food security are vital to the nation’s health and the nation’s economy, whilst there is also a real opportunity for agriculture to drive a revolution in technology and vice versa.

Strawberry production

The latest addition to Dyson Farming’s circular farming system is our new 15-acre glasshouse in Carrington, Lincolnshire. It supports the advancement of high-tech, sustainable farming in the UK, producing super-sweet strawberries and replacing imports by extending the British growing season.

The Dyson Farming philosophy

Farming the Dyson way

Producing high-quality food and farmed produce

By growing crops and rearing livestock in a way that’s sensitive to the needs of the land, we can be confident in both the integrity and the quality of our produce.

News

Peas: Good To Eat, Good For The Soil

Our 2021 pea harvest campaign is now complete. The 18-strong team has worked around the clock for 58 days from June through to August to collect over nine thousand tonnes of quality peas, providing nutrition not just for consumers but also for the valuable soils across Dyson Farming’s land.

Read more
Head Office

The Estate Office,
Cyclone Way, Nocton,
Lincoln LN4 2GR

We would love to
hear from you