About Us

Breck Farm has been in the same family since 1937 and it has included a campsite for over 50 years. The farm is a mixed farm of arable and livestock spanning 225 acres. We rotate our crop growth to include barley, wheat, fodder beet and our very popular Norfolk Pink Potatoes. 20 acres of land is also put to herbal ley, a nutritious blend of grasses that, along with our fodder beet, are an essential food source for our herd of cattle.

We have 50 free range hens; all of our eggs and potatoes are sold from the farm and to local shops, restaurants and Bed and Breakfasts across North Norfolk.

Our herd of beef cattle now number 30. They are a mixed herd including Red Polls, a breed native to East Anglia. The other cows are a mixture of breeds including Aberdeen Angus and Hereford. Our Bull, Ferdinand, is an Aberdeen Angus.  The grass cuttings from the campsite help to feed our cows.

We have 2 pigs, Anne and Emily, and hopefully a few piglets on the way! We also have 2 very cheeky pygmy goats, Rocky and Everest.

Our dog is Hettie, a long haired working Dachshund.

We love our environment and we are always looking to become more sustainable to help take care of it. The hot water for the campsite is fuelled by our biomass boiler which runs on sustainable wood pellets. Our electricity for the farm and campsite is subsidised from our solar panels on the roof of the toilet block and cattle shed. We plant trees and hedges every year to help offset our carbon footprint and we are always looking into new ways to help protect our environment.