I have never been generous with the farm eggs. I was relieved when Pete who helps out with the animals, said he hated eggs when the chickens had been eating garlic leaves (phew!) and Tim who does our farm tours, experiences and safaris has never...
Two reasons for a late July blog. First, I couldn’t write about the “ W “ event without the words going all blurry, and secondly, I was holding out for news of Doris, our pregnant Pygmy goat, but she is making everyone wait....
Note to self - if the Manager and Supervisor both go on holiday at the same time, make sure I emigrate!
Moving swiftly on, the kitchen has played a blinder and produced some fabulous salads just in time for our Meadow Festival...
May hasn’t given me much to say. Little lambs are getting bigger, piglets, calves, chicks are getting fatter.
The grass is longer and greener. Everything that can breed has bred, apart from...
Blogs become out of date so quickly - a walk down the yard and everything changes and I have to start again. But I will tell you how it has been this last four weeks and finish on the highs of the last few days.
Easter was a...