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Farm shop opening times:
Mon & Tues - closed
Wed - Sat - 10am till 3pm
Sun - 10am till 11.30am
Pork butchery - 27th September
Pie making - 4th October
Sausage making - 25th October
Gammon curing - 22nd November
Pie making - 6th December
Three bird roast - 13th December
This time last year the land was so dry that the grass had stopped growing and many farmers were feeding winter silage to their livestock. This year we are experiencing the opposite; warm, showery weather with the odd sunny spell is ideal growing weather. Our yield of silage is up with more bales than last year and the grass looking like it could take another cut. We’ve decided to strip graze this land rather than cut it for silage. Strip grazing is where you only allow the cattle to graze a small area at a time, using electric fencing to divide the field. Grazing in this way prevents the cattle trampling the whole field before they have grazed. We are also trying this method when we graze our forage crops later in the Autumn. Rather than stacking all our silage bales we’ve placed a number around our forage fields. When the forage is ready to graze, around October time, we will divide the field with electric fencing and only allow the cattle to graze a small area at a time. Each grazing area will have a silage bale already in place, meaning we shouldn’t have to drive across the fields whilst they are wet and slippery.