Culling breeding livestock seems like a bit of a taboo subject to talk about, so of course, I’m diving straight in…Read More
I’ve been part way through this post for a few weeks now, trying to work out how to wave goodbye to another year on the farm when that year was 2020…Read More
Ask 10 different farmers which is the best breed of cattle, or any other livestock, to keep, and you’ll get 10 different answers. But why are there so many breeds, and how do people decide which to keep?Read More
Welcome to part 2 of this year’s Harvest Sagas. It’s certainly been a long one, the first to stretch into October for quite some time…Read More
Harvest Time It’s the slow humming of the combine, out of sight but not to be mistaken. The sight of golden carpets adorning the countryside, bales of straw popping up here, there and everywhere, children begging to stay out in the garden just a little longer to get a glimpse of the ginormous combine harvester… […]Read More
Hay, Silage, Haylage, Straw… What’s the difference? Get all your forage questions answered here…Read More
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!Read More
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…
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 […]Read More
Two Alpacas. Three People. Two Six-Wheeled, Powered Wheelchairs. One End Goal- Get said Alpacas into the barn. What could possibly go wrong?Read More