The Voluntee Scarecrows

For us, free range is the only way to raise bread. And while our loaves are in the fields, roaming free, it’s the valour of our Volunteer Scarecrows that keeps them safe from those pesky birds. They do it so you can taste the difference, and although it may seem strange to some, to us it’s the way it should be.

The Volunteer Scarecrows Protection

For us, free range is the only way to raise bread. And it’s our Volunteer Scarecrows that protect the loaves from those pesky birds. They do it so you can taste the difference, and although it may seem strange to some, to us it’s the way it should be.

The Volunteer Scarecrows Commitment

The Volunteer Scarecrows all make a huge commitment. But they’re all volunteers; they do it for the loaves, so you can taste the difference. It may seem strange to some, but to us it’s the way it should be.

THE VOLUNTEER SCARECROWS Past Presidents

Past Volunteer Scarecrow Presidents come in all shapes and sizes; we’ve had men, women, dogs and even a broom. What? It was during World War II – manpower was in short supply and it was all hands on deck.

THE VOLUNTEER SCARECROWS The Care-Crow

Turns out you don’t need to be scary to be a scarecrow; just ask Edward, our resident care-crow. He’s got an extraordinary way of keeping the loaves safe.

Free Range Bread Farm

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Volunteer Scarecrows

For us, free range is the only way to raise bread. And while our loaves are in the fields, roaming free, it’s the valour of our Volunteer Scarecrows that keeps them safe from those pesky birds. They do it so you can taste the difference, and although it may seem strange to some, to us it’s the way it should be.

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For us, free range is the only way to raise bread. And while our loaves are in the fields, roaming free, it’s the valour of our Volunteer Scarecrows that keeps them safe from those pesky birds. They do it so you can taste the difference, and although it may seem strange to some, to us it’s the way it should be.