West Mains Farm sits in rural Perthshire, the farm house along with our stone barns are built using the stone reclaimed from Tullibardine Castle which saw its demise in 1747 during the Jacobite rebellion and stood in the fields we look upon from our kitchen window.
A reminder to the history of those times sits next door in the shape of the famed Tullibardine chapel built in 1446 by Sir David Murray. A beautiful chapel which hasn't changed in almost 600 years.
Our farm sits in a picturesque valley surrounded by natural woodlands and overlooked by rolling hills with beautiful, fertile earth and natural water reserves making it perfect for agricultural purposes.
Our ethos is to ethically raise the healthiest, happiest livestock possible. We are a self sufficient dual purpose farm, having both arable and livestock production.
We predominantly raise beef cattle, sheep and pigs using only native rare breeds keeping it as nature intended. We grow wheat, barley and peas mainly used for feeding and bedding our animals through the winter months however some will be used in the production of Whisky.