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Mon & Tues - closed
Wed - Sat - 10am till 3pm
Sun - 10am till 11.30am
Christmas Eve - 10am till 1pm
The breakfast room is open (booking essential)
8am to 10am Wednesday to Sunday,
Gift vouchers available for courses
Pie making - 9th November
Christmas Gammon - 23rd November
Three Bird Roast - 14th December
Sausage making - 25th January
Pie making - 8th February
Steak night - 15th February
Lamb Butchery - 29th March
October’s weather has been kind enough to keep our cattle outdoors. They have continued to graze the grass and haven’t eaten into the winter silage store too much, we’re now hopeful there will be enough winter feed to see us through until next spring. The lambs have been grazing our turnip fields and have grown extremely well; so well in-fact that we took the opportunity to sell majority of the flock through the livestock market. Our breeding ewes are also in peak condition and have moved to their winter grazing on a lowland cattle farm near Leeds where they’ll spend the next four months. The weather at the lowland farm will be milder than at home and their grass will continue to grow through the winter. The rams will follow later in November and if they do their job well we should have a healthy flock of lambs next Easter.
Work has also continued on the barn, the roof is repaired, the concrete floor has been relayed and the feed barriers replaced – we’re almost ready for our cattle to move in!