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Foraging Experience at Broughgammon Farm

Broughgammon Farm, 50 Straid Road, Ballycastle, Antrim, BT54 6NP
wild berries in a woven basket
  • wild berries in a woven basket
  • close up of honeysuckle flower
  • close up of pink flowers

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The team at Broughgammon Farm welcome Dermot from Forage Ireland back to their farm, alongside their own in-house forager Becky, to share their extension knowledge of foraging for wild edibles and wild remedies.

The morning will kick off with a walk through the farm where you'll learn all about what's edible in the hedgerows for the time of year. Dermot will also be showing you how to harvest safely and sustainably.

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Season (28 Aug 2022)
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Sunday11:00 - 12:30
Season (18 Sept 2022)
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Broughgammon Farm, BallycastleBroughgammon is an award winning, forward thinking family farm, artisan butchery, shop and cafe. Practicing Regenerative Farming, specialising in Cabrito (kid-goat meat), Free Range Rose Veal and Seasonal Wild Game and homegrown veg.

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