The history of
White House Farm

White House Farm is located 4 miles out of Horncastle on the edge of the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds.

The delightful 16th century Farm House was extensively renovated in 1994 by Andre and Lilian Tomlin using the original method of oak frame with ‘mud and stud’ walls beneath a thatch of reed.

The idyllic setting of the farm with its old hedgerows, mature ash trees, traditional small fields, surrounded by hundreds of acres of Lincolnshire countryside is the ideal location for our Ostrich Farm.

The family have been in business for five generations. Lilian remembers delivering milk by horse and cart with her grandfather Bill Grundy may years ago. The day to day running of the farm is now carried out by her three children, Susan, Russel and Brian and at school holiday times her eight grandchildren are more than eager to help on the family farm.

Working together as a family business we are committed to ensuring that our customers, our products and our livestock have the very best attention and care at all times.