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About Wilton Farm

Now run by the 4th generation of Enefers, Wilton Farm continues to sustainably farm for future generations. The current residents are custodians of the land and treasure this area of Norfolk they call home.

Wilton Farm has been in the Enefer family for over 90years. First rented by Alfred Enefer in 1930 and then purchased in 1954 by Mick & Bob Enefer. The farm is now run by Nathan and his wife Linda. Their son Lee also lives and works on the farm with his wife Becky and their three boys, Jeffrey, Alfred and Lucas. The families combined vision is to build on the foundations of previous generations and create a sustainable, diverse family farm.

Looking to the future

Lee and Becky are now laying the foundations to continue the family farm for generations to come. Lee and Becky met in the village pub in 2000 and married in 2010, celebrating their marriage at Wilton Farm with family and friends and a fully home grown meal! They both have a love for farming and food and wanted to bring the two together, so they began rearing animals and have built a sixty head of pedigree Limousin herd. Their passion lives in giving the animals the best life and in return getting a quality product. 

The next big step in diversifying came in 2021, when they made the bold decision to purchase a cheese company. This meant Becky gave up her job of eighteen years and began making cheese on the farm fulltime. The family converted a barn which had previously been used to store hay and built a modern cheese making facility on site.