What We Do

Community Care Farming

Our care farming services focus on human health and wellbeing, notably the many benefits – physical, mental, social and spiritual – that come from working with animals, plants, soil and other people in community.

In idyllic and accessible surroundings, we offer a range of activities with small supervised groups of up to 3 – 4 individuals.

Funded by various parts of the Irish Church, our ground breaking CARE (Care farming for Asylum Seekers, Refugees and the Environment) project is the first of its kind to work with this service user group in Northern Ireland. 

We carry out a care farming enrichment and support programme with adults with additional needs referred to Jubilee Farm by the Northern Health and Social Care Trust. 

All Care Farming sessions are bookable by contacting our Farm Manger Tim Davies. 

(See contact page for email address & phone number).

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Through our CSA activities we aim to provide good, affordable food in the form of free range meat and seasonal chemical-free vegetables. CSA subscribers will also have the chance to be involved in their food production and get behind-the-scenes access and updates. In this way, we’re cultivating community, developing the first CSA scheme in Northern Ireland, and putting culture back into agriculture.

From our farm to your table...

Quarter Pig: £135

Available every few months.

All year we sell our sausages, burgers, mince, gammon bits and bacon via our online shop, available for click-and-collect.

All products are Gluten Free.

Subscribe to (26-30) weeks in every year (from late June/early July).

Vegbox Subscription: £9 per week (payable yearly or monthly)

Send us an email to register your interest in our 2023 scheme.

Farm fresh vegetables are also available on an adhoc basis at Jubilee Farm every Thursday afternoon, in season (from June to October).

Conservation Education and Engagement

We provide dynamic, interactive and inspiring group guided tours of Jubilee Farm, the first community-owned farm in Northern Ireland.

Our curriculum-based lessons on food, farming and nature-themed topics can cater for all levels of formal education, including pre-, primary, post-primary and special schools, as well as undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

For primary schools, our experienced education team can cover the following ‘The World Around Us’ topics: minibeasts and where they live/invertebrates and their habitats; nocturnal animals; winter/snowy animals; Victorian farm; Fairtrade; food and farming.

Topic not on the list above?

Contact us to discuss your requirements and we can explore designing and delivering a bespoke learning session for your school!

We’re also available to come to you and speak at services, seminars, conferences and other events on a wide range of agricultural and environmental topics and themes.

Header image courtesy of Lukas Langrock