Update: Market sites are running much more like normal now but with social distancing measures in place

The summer seems to have passed all too quickly. We are still harvesting, tomatoes, aubergines, pepper and courgettes but cucumbers are now finished. The seasonal crops to look out for are squashes, fennel and leeks as we move into Autumn.

We are now running an organic boxscheme for deliveries of online orders to addresses in and around the Cambridge, Saffron Walden and Newmarket areas. Collection of pr-ordered boxes from London markets are still available to anyone who would like for themselves or a friend to collect a prepaid box of veg from the market.

We are looking for people to work on our farmers markets stalls, driving from Cambridge. Please contact via the contact us link. 

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Upcoming Markets

This is the current list of Farmers markets  we are attending on a weekly basis.

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Welcome to Wild Country Organics

Wild Country Organics are proud growers of some very tasty organic vegetables. We have been certified organic by the Soil Association since 1998, when Adrian Izzard converted the small family farm to organic production.
He has followed his passion for growing new and novel varieties of vegetables and the farm now produces over a hundred different varieties of crops.
The organic growing techniques Adrian Izzard has developed produce healthy crops with good flavour. They have won awards and become firm favourites at farmers markets in London and local food outlets and markets close to Cambridge.
The farm has evolved in to a dynamic modern organic market garden, growing specialist vegetables for discerning foodies and regular farmers market customers. Popular crops include our amazing range of heritage tomatoes, courgette flowers and tomatillos. We grow an ever increasing the variety of herbs, tomatoes and salad leaves including Shiso, Summer Savoury (Sarriette) Mexican Tarragon and edible Chrysanthemum to name a few.