Pitgaveny Home Farm

Pitgaveny Home Farm

Pitgaveny Farms lie between Elgin and Lossiemouth in Moray in the north east of Scotland. Pitgaveny has 1,400 hectares of land in-hand growing spring barley, wheat, winter barley, oilseed rape, peas and letting land for potatoes and carrots.

The farms also run 220 Simmental cross beef cows put to Shorthorn and Simmental bulls with the progeny finished or sold for breeding. Land is also rented for an outdoor pig unit of 1,200 sows.

Around 120 hectares of land is organic, growing spring barley, oats, beans, carrots and grass. The pasture supports an organic beef herd of 60 Angus cows and 900 ewes.

Pitgaveny, have been longstanding supporters of education and public events. Around 1,000 children and students visit Pitgaveny each year and the farm’s open day, held every two years, has attracted crowds of more than 3,000, raising thousands for charity.

Please take the time to explore our website where you can learn a little more about what we do. If you would like to get in touch with us you can find all the relevant information on our Contact Page.