Busy Days, an update

Well, spring sprung for us here at the farm the end of March, with 6 bouncing baby goats born, and a lovely heifer calf. We’ve hit the ground (as did they) running, with the cold season crops now in the ground, and even a compost tea spraying completed. 25 Speckled Sussex (for pastured poultry for […]

Pound Your Plowshares into Scythes

I’ve been delving into the world of permaculture. I’m fascinated by the concept – it just “makes sense”, and am looking forward to learning as much as I can about it. Working *with* nature just seems so much more sensible. Look around – read the works of Victor Shauberger, and consider bio-mimickry. The world around, […]


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