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Dunston Beck project update
Dyson Farming have been collaborating with the Environment Agency and Wild Trout Trust, designing a scheme on Dyson Farming land to carry out some improvement works to the Dunston Beck. The project is taking place on a 3-hectare parcel of land bounded by Dunston Fen Lane to the north, Prior Lane to the west and the Dunston Beck to the south and east.
There was a slight element of apprehension for Harvest 2021 within the business as the challenges of Harvest 2020 remained firmly in our memories.
Careers at Dyson Farming: Varied, cutting-edge and rewarding
Dyson Farming employs over 180 people with different skills and from different backgrounds. Here we provide a snapshot of what a career at Dyson Farming can look like.
Precision spraying technology: efficient, sustainable farming
Sustainable food production and food security are vital to the nation’s health and economy. Efficient, high-technology agriculture has a vital role to play in producing quality food that is both nutritious and environmentally sound.
Dyson Farming Holiday Cottages: From redundant farm buildings to luxury, award-winning holiday retreats
Sensitive redevelopment of redundant farm buildings is a key part of the approach to property management at Dyson Farming, ensuring the working history of the estate is preserved.
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.
Dyson Farming’s strawberries: as the first crop ends, a new one begins…
The first harvest of Dyson Farming’s strawberry crop, grown in the 15-acre glasshouse in Carrington, is now complete. During the 5-month long harvest we produced and sold 470 tonnes of strawberries (approximately 23 million berries!).
Bird Surveying across Dyson Farming land. Why is it so important?
At Dyson Farming we encourage people from all backgrounds and interests to come and enjoy the beautiful countryside where we farm. Whether it is taking a leisurely walk on our permissive footpaths, cycling or fishing, there are lots of ways for individuals or groups to enjoy the fresh air.
The story behind Dyson Farming’s South West Beef & Lamb production.
We believe our meat is special, not only because it tastes great, but we also have an interesting story to tell. Our overall farming ethos is to create a long term, regenerative model that will leave a positive land legacy now and in 100 years’ time. Our farming practices have been designed to protect and improve animal wellbeing and to look after the environment.
Water: Dyson Farming’s Approach To Protecting This Critical Natural Resource
Here at Dyson Farming, water is an important part of our natural resources. It sits alongside soil, air, and biodiversity on the farms, all of which contribute to our natural capital account, produced annually, to ensure that how we farm protects and enhances our farming environment.
Simulated Game Shooting
At Dyson Farming we encourage people from all backgrounds and interests to come and enjoy the beautiful countryside where we farm. Whether it is taking a leisurely walk on our permissive footpaths, cycling or fishing, there are lots of ways for individuals or groups to enjoy the fresh air. Our latest offering is a simulated game shooting day which provides exclusive access for shooting enthusiasts or novices across a variety of locations on our Lincolnshire Estate.
Beeswax Dyson Farming Changes Its Name To Dyson Farming
From the 22nd March 2021, Beeswax Dyson Farming will become Dyson Farming, reflecting the growing symbiotic relationship between the Dyson technology business and the farms.
The Estate Office,
Cyclone Way, Nocton,
Lincoln LN4 2GR