A GIRL, A GODDESS, AND A THUNDERSTORM

Close up of a golden calf curled up in the straw.

Today, I’ve got a story I’d like to tell you. It involves a girl, who longed to go outside and see the cows, a heifer, who wasn’t supposed to still be here, and the calf she was never meant to have…

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Calving 2020

While most of the world has stood still, the cows (and the humans) have been as busy as ever here. So, I thought it was time to give you a recap of this year’s calving season, complete with some calf spam to brighten your day!

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Another Blow for British Agriculture

Today, I’m disappointed.
I’m disappointed the majority of our government, including our Prime Minister, voted NOT to make crucial amendments to the Agriculture Bill in parliament, yesterday. Amendments to protect our shelves from imports of food produced in ways which are illegal here.
Food safety standards affect everyone, and here’s why…

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Meet The Moo Monday

On the first Monday of 2020, I started doing ‘Meet The Moo Monday’ on my blog’s social media accounts. (It actually popped into my head around last November. Every week, I told myself I’d start it, but kept getting cold feet.) What is it? Meet The Moo Monday began as an excuse to introduce our […]

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Alpaca-Gate

Two Alpacas. Three People. Two Six-Wheeled, Powered Wheelchairs. One End Goal- Get said Alpacas into the barn. What could possibly go wrong?

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Seeing Double

Lincoln Red cow laid with her twin Limousin cross calves in a bed of straw in a stable.

The ‘T’ word… Marmite to Mother Nature. Either prompting catastrophe or elation, depending on the day. Twins…

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The End of an Era

Black & white photo. Two shire horses, a black one and a grey one, standing around a well in a field, on a farm, with four people. The black one has one of the people sitting on it and the grey is drinking from the well.

A glance at the past, with photos from an almost forgotten time, as one of the final ties to my ancestors comes to an end, and a look into the reasons why…

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Farm Life: Autumn

A field of Wheat Stubble with round bales of straw dotted around.

A look back at Autumn on the Farm, full of uncooperative weather and rebellious cattle. Find out what the beginning of the Arable Farming calendar entails…

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Don’t Boycott Local Produce

If you ate today, whatever it was, then you supported a farmer somewhere in the world; but my question is, if you can, why not support one closer to home?

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