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All is good on the farm. With this wonderful weather you just wouldn’t want to be anywhere else! Here is John on the left, turning over some ground for a new fertility ley in Home Field, next to the farmhouse (closely pursued by a huge flock of seagulls!). We use rye grass and clover for […]
Yesterday Taunton Transition Group, an enthusiastic passionate band of people concerned with reducing their carbon footprint by generally living life with a lower environmental impact, organised for the Soil Association‘s very own Traci Lewis to come and give a presentation on Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA. Its big in America and Canada and its growing […]
Wow! What a turn out!! Thank you to everyone who came along to our Open Farm Sunday last weekend, the weather held out until the last tractor & trailer ride to the stone circle was coming down the hill (almost!). The Somerset shire horses looked stunning in the paddock…and I can’t wait for a certain […]
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Somerset Shire Horse are coming along to our Open Farm sunday this weekend to give rides on the farm in their lovely wagon with the wonderful shire horses. So, not only can you have a ride on the tractor & trailer, you can also have a ride with these wonderful horses too!
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The walnut tree was really late coming out this year but its doing really well now, and – we’ve got baby walnuts! They may be teeny weeny – but they are definitely there, with the little flowery tassles on the ends. After our first hard winter for some years everything seems so much more vigourous […]