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.
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