Resources and further information

This page acts as a hub for more useful information about care farming in the UK and Europe, including case studies, reports and research documents. Also look at our FAQ pages for specific questions about care farming.

Please note that unfortunately due to limited staff resources we are  unable to help with generalist research queries or to assist in developing research questions for dissertations and PhDs. However if you have a specific research query or you have been unable to find the answer in the resources below or in our FAQ section then feel free to get in touch.

If you are a member, you will find more resources  in the  - Members resources area if you are not a member then click here to join us!

If you have resources or publications that you feel would be useful to share with other care farmers, researchers and interested parties here, then do get in touch - we'd love to hear from you!

Case Studies:

Case studies are a great way to learn more about care farming and the difference it makes to people's lives. Click on the link below to access a growing range of PDF case study documents which are free to download.

Research & Publications

A selection of research documents, reports and other publications centred on care farming in the UK and further afield. These are organised in date order with the most recent first.

Useful Links:

This page contains links to useful pages and links to other organisations for your convenience (Care Farming UK accepts no responsibility or liability for the content of these sites)

Media Coverage:

We now tend to actively promote what's happening and any media stories through our social media - so if you want to stay up to date with care farming resources then follow us on Twitter - @CarefarmingUK or check out our Facebook page here

But we do have Care Farming articles that have appeared in the media over the years, plus some links to videos or downloadable articles.


Code of Practice

The SF&G Code of Practice for care farming services provides quality assurance for clients, commissioners and families alike. We encourage all care farmers to adopt the care farming Code of Practice. For more information click here

Care Farm of the Month

Hall Farm, Eastoft in Lincolnshire works with adults & children of varying abilities

More info here