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Martin Hole farms at Montague on the wetlands of the Pevensey Levels in East Sussex. Part family-owned and part rented, the 300ha organic enterprise provides a home to about 150 cattle and nearly 2,000 head of sheep, with a small diversification into residential property and a fledgling green tourism business. A former RSPB UK Lapwing Champion, Martin remains fascinated by the provision of wilderness whilst trying to keep the farm intact for three daughters.


Recent Posts by Martin Hole:
Numbers, metrics, Ruby Tigers and the value of an oak tree

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Wild things, I think I love you

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Arriving by river

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Land, territory and confrontation: the murder of Tristan Voorspuy Farmer Martin Hole reflects on the death of a family member in Kenya

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It takes a village

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Not all animal farms are equal

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Managing tenants and coexisting with wildlife The beetles and the birds of farmyard living

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The value of a sheep On the difference between price and value

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What Farmers and Lapwings can teach business

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The shepherd and the seven-figure road

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