Born and raised at West Ilkerton Farm near Lynton in North Devon, Sarah Eveleigh works on the farm and is passionate about educating visitors about the region's agriculture. The farm lies within the Exmoor National Park and have bred unbroken lines of the famous Red Ruby Devon Cattle and Exmoor Horn Sheep for centuries. As well as breeding the Exmoor Horn, Sarah and her family are also part of the Exmoor Horn Wool Project and offer farm tours to introduce people to the region's rare breeds and their herd of Exmoor Ponies. 

The farm is eco friendly, another passion of those that live and work in the area. The electricity is provided by a wind turbine and heating from a biomass boiler. The Eveleigh family work under a Higher Level Stewardship agreement, which allows them to conserve the wildlife and history of Exmoor. 

Explore the changing seasons and see Devon's countryside like you've never seen it before with Sarah.


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