The Farm

Harvesting Barley Straw

Harvesting Barley Straw

Wow, what an amazingly hot and sunny and perfect Summer we are having so far! We have been making straw this week, and Mark and I took the boys to see all the bales being stacked ready to bring back to the farm! It was lovely to see their faces taking in the scale of…

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Yurt Meadow Mown and Baled

Yurt Meadow Mown and Baled

A busy morning at the yurts  with another fully booked weekend, so all the yurts to make up. Lucky yurters again this weekend as there are nothing but blue skies forecast for a few days! Mark was also busy this week mowing the yurt field – this has been a bit overdue, so the grass…

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Farm News – First Silage Cut

Farm News – First Silage Cut

Well it has been a very busy weekend on the farm as we finally managed to bring our first cut of silage in! Mark has been permanently watching the weather forecast to grab a two day rain-free run so that we can cut the 90 acres of grass one day and bring it in to…

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Winter Update

Winter Update

We hope everyone had a fantastic Christmas and New Year? We certainly did, although it feels like ages ago now! As we move into February, we are already looking forward to the Spring, with a few new calves already being born – things are going to start getting hectic again on the farm! As you’ve…

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October – Yurt Takedown and Maize Harvest

October – Yurt Takedown and Maize Harvest

So October is here, and that means the end of the 2013 season, and time for the yurts to come down and hibernate for the Winter. We’ve had a fantastic sunny season, with lots of lovely guests, new and old. This year we have decided to take all the yurts down, to help them stay…

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