OF&G is one of the largest control bodies in the UK, certifying over 50% of UK organic land and operating across Great Britain and Northern Ireland, including the Channel Islands and Isle of Man. OF&G has more than forty years experience in the organic sector and is the longest established Defra approved organic control body. The company’s headquarters are in Shrewsbury, Shropshire.
Land Sharing and Sparing
In this podcast, recorded as part of NOCC online in partnership with OF&G, ideas around land sharing and sparing are explored.resource
Agricology Discussions @ Groundswell!
We’re all set for another year at Groundswell and very excited to be hosting the Agricology Discussion Tent this summer. We have a strong line-up...blog
Organic Management Techniques Project
Opportunities, Barriers and Constraints for Organic Management Techniques to Improve Sustainability of Conventional Farming PROJECT BACKGROUND British farming businesses are facing a number of challenges,...research_project
The Use of Compost and Digestate on Organic/Converting Land
Useful guidance from OF&G to help you comply with regulations for using compost and digestate on organic land.resource
OF&G's associated farmers
Mark Leafarmers_and_growers Green Acres is an organic mixed arable and livestock (beef and sheep) farm that my wife Liz and I have been farming organically for 18...Organic
Tim Mayfarmers_and_growers We produce (on average) conventional wheat at 7.8 tonnes/hectare (milling and feed), barley (malt and feed) at 6.5 tonnes/hectare, beans (for human consumption) at 2.5...Conservation Agriculture