BOYCOTT Farm near Stowe served up mouthwatering treats to customers as part of Farmhouse Breakfast Week.
Visitors enjoyed bacon, sausages and black pudding made on the farm, as well as eggs from the farm’s 6,000 free range hens which roost in their own ‘Cluckingham Palace’ each night.
Organised each year by the NFU, Farmhouse Breakfast Week ran from January 23 to January 28.
Rosemary Hilsdon, who runs the farm with husband Richard, said: “We’ve had a great week with lots of customers, old and new, coming to the farm to enjoy a Boycott breakfast. A good quality English cooked breakfast is a prefect start to the day.”
Boycott Farm usually offers breakfasts from 9am to 11.30am, seven days a week.