The Farmer, the Plough and the Devil
A lively and inspiring tale of one man's battle to bring common sense to farming and save his beloved farm. In the mid-20th century, Arthur Hollins was way ahead of his time believing organic was best for the land and best for taste. People flocked to eat at his farm restaurant and Harrods couldn't buy enough of his organic yoghurt.
But always in the background lurked 'the officials', too shortsighted and bureaucratic to understand Arthur's way.
A beautifully written, poignant life story of triumph and tragedy.
A remarkable story.
The Farmer, the Plough and the Devil was published by Ellingham Press in September 2006. Please contact Fordhall Farm for further details at www.fordhallfarm.com