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Change. It can be best thing in the world or could feel like the worlds coming to an end. Our main worry about change is normally the fear of the unknown or the risk, most farmers also think if something works why change it? This...

With spring just around the corner I’m feeling very jolly here on the farm. Husband has gone off ploughing for the day, I’ve got the V.A.T to finish and just got to check on the cows who are due to calve and feed little Twinkle...

As we begin February it has suddenly hit me that lambing time is merely a few weeks away! For some of you it may have already begun, you’re probably covered in gunk and sleep deprived as I speak! But it got me thinking of all...

Happy New Year everyone!I’m not sure where Christmas went but the New Year is here and I hope it’s going to be a good one for you all.  I ended up with an orphan calf just before Christmas so I’m busy feeding her 4 times a...

Hello and welcome to the year of 2019. We are firmly in January,  which leads to my next blog.I thought I'd blog about something which I firmly believe in, live by and practice . I do hope from my heart that you as readers will...

With Christmas and New Year just around the corner, I’m starting to wonder if social media is really the way forward for me next year. I’m only on Facebook and although I love the Crazy page for that sense of camaraderie, the Aga page for inspiration,...

Now it’s officially December, it can only mean one thing! Christmas!! Christmas on the farm is very different to a ‘normal’ person’s idea of the season. My friends get excited for the parties and night outs, spending time with the family, presents and all the time off work. However,...

Today is market day so I can finally catch up on some paper work, house work and write my blog! As mean as it sounds, I’m always rather pleased when farmer goes to market. I get so much done. I helped get the cattle in...

Can you believe its November already?! I know I definitely can’t. What a busy month it’s been! Jumping from the long days of harvest straight into the deep end of tupping, and not to mention getting back to baking and getting ready for christmas! I have no...

I thought I'd blog about rearing our feral farm earthlings as a lot of us are mothers. It's clear that "farm kids" are a certain bunch and have very different ways to the normal kids.  I personally feel that farm kids have a fabulous upbringing and...