The Hillier Bros recognised for doing over 100 batches

In 1938 George Hillier senior took on the tenancy to Leys Farm in Norfolk. George kept a ten of old sows and a boar on the farm, as most farms did back then.
George’s family grew, with the two boys, George and Simon, both wishing to return to the family farm. So, in 1953 the opportunity arose to buy Leys Farm for the princely sum of £10,600. George (the younger) tells me that they paid 7 times more this year on the deposit for a tractor... more

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