The livestock and sheep farming element of South Whittlieburn Farm is managed by Myles Lindsay-Brown who has been looking after his own flock of circa 150 ewes for the past three years as well as being employed to help renowned livestock farmers to look after their breeding ewes with Cheviot & Scottish Blackface on the hill & Texel crosses and Scotch Mule on the low ground gaining a wealth of knowledge and experience in sheep farming and land management.
The sheep-farming also benefits our land greatly, especially on the hill. Sheep farming in the uplands provides a healthy source of nutritious food, natural fibre, landscape, biodiversity, soil quality, flood risk management, water quality, and opportunities for tourism.
As well as managing South Whittlieburn, Myles is also available to discuss any services he can provide to help local land owners such as land management services, tractor and machinery work, livestock care, fencing and much more. Use the contact pages to get in touch.
We are proud to also grow and supply hay, haylage and silage to our liveries and also to other local yards.