Honeychop is based on a busy working family run farm in the heart of rural Suffolk. The business began in 1986 when the farm needed to diversify. Production of Honeychop has increased every year and we currently harvest over 600 acres of Conservation Grade oat straw along with a range of other arable crops at Halls Farm.
At Halls farm we are also very proud of our bio-diversity and conservation and have over 10% of our farmed land as managed wildlife habitats. As part of our sustainable development we aim to continuously look for ways to improve this and engage the community in our conservation work. Currently Halls Farm is home to over 70 species of birds and 27 species of butterfly. If you want to find out more about our conservation work please contact us via our contact us page.
We only use the highest quality natural ingredients, carefully selected and prepared under strict controls. We use our own home-grown and locally sourced Conservation Grade oat straw as standard rather than wheat or barley straw. We do this because oat straw has a lower lignin content than other straws, making it easier for horses to digest. The result is a superior horse feed that is high in fibre, extremely palatable and above all, nutritious and safe making it the natural choice for your horse, pony or donkey.
We manufacture our feeds according to the NOPS code and they are therefore suitable for horses under competition rules.
Have a look at the history of Honeychop and Halls Farm and how it all began on Our History page.