About Frieze Forage

Frieze Forage derives its name from the farm where it is produced, Frieze Hall Farm, near Brentwood. Frieze Hall Farm is owned by the Bird family and the family members currently running the farm are fourth generation farmers in Essex.

Frieze Hall Farm is an arable farm with grass grown as two-year lay in arable rotation. Ryegrass and meadow grasses are sown from seed and cut for two successive seasons before being ploughed up and a breach crop of wheat being sown. Frieze Forage haylage is not made from old meadows as most of these contain a proportion of weeds, which may be harmful if fed to animals. All of the Frieze Forage haylage is produced from cultivated grass.

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