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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Why Britain Needs Livestock

A herd of beef cows grazing in a grass field, in the British countryside.

Livestock farming appears to be the favoured scapegoat for all problems at the moment. But is losing a part of the fabric of our countryside really the answer it’s being heralded as?

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Why be a Farmer?

A group of Large Black piglets, in a wheelbarrow, on a farm.

As part of “24 Hours in Farming,” a day for people in the food and farming industry to showcase the care and passion that goes into the British food that lands on our plates using the hashtag #Farm24, I thought I’d share with you what entwines me with this wonderful and diverse industry… In a […]

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Farmer-On-Wheels

A photo of a girl (Holly) in an electric wheelchair with elevated legs, lunging a light bay horse in a grass field.

This started off as an appreciation post for my new power-chair, but it’s become so much more. I hope you’ll bear with me, as I think it’s an important topic to cover whatever your current health status. I’m sure it’ll come as no surprise that farms and faulty health aren’t exactly a match made in […]

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