Sally Farm

Sally Farm is what will be the first of many 64,000 free range bird units operated under the Wot-A-Hen Scheme. Sally Farm, named after the wife of the owner Leon Furlong, is situated near Boroughbridge, in North Yorkshire. Indeed, the drone photo above shows the marquee from the opening by Adam Henson of BBC Countryfile.

The H-block design is a very cost-effective way to get 64,000 free range hens linked by a central packing and control area. This house has the new Vencomatic Double Gallery system installed supplying eggs to Prinzen packer and 3-lane pallet loader.



During these extremely difficult times we all face at the moment, we would like to thank all our staff for their efforts in maintaining  the level of service that Morspan customers expect from us.

We have all had to adjust to work to the Government guidelines whether that be from home or implementing new procedures in both production facilities and on site. We are committed to ensuring our employees safety at all times as well as our customers.

The team at Morspan will monitor the government advice daily and we will strive to ensure we fulfill any promises we have made and continue to help customers, old and new, meet their deadlines.