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Farm & Field Volume 2: Moving the Cattle

Farm & Field Volume 2: Moving the Cattle

As the summer solstice arrives we reach the year’s climax with a burst of life. The white of flowering clover drifts across the leys, dog rose and bramble smothers the hedgerows and the heady sweet scent of lime trees wafts in the air.   The time has come to send a mob of beef cattle down […]

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Farm & Field Volume 2: Moving the Cattle
Farm & Field Volume 1: Beekeeping at Daylesford

Farm & Field Volume 1: Beekeeping at Daylesford

Nature continues to inspire us everyday, and at the farm and there is always something new to discover or look out for. In the last few months alone we have watched rescue swans bed in by the river, we’ve seen the swallows arrive, bees swarm, wildflowers grow, meadows appear and our wetlands come alive again with insects […]

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What makes a great working sheepdog?

What makes a great working sheepdog?

Our annual SUMMER FESTIVAL is now just days away and our Senior Farms Manager Richard Smith and his award-winning sheepdogs are getting ready to impress visitors with a variety of demonstrations. Read on for Richard’s thoughts on why his dogs are so integral to life on the farm and the qualities he looks for in a […]

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What makes a great working sheepdog?
Five Things to Forage Now

Five Things to Forage Now

Wild food at this time of year is a feast for the tastebuds, with sweet, sour, savoury, bitter, floral and peppery flavours providing a real taste journey. We asked our Environmental Scientist and wild food enthusiast Tim Field to guide us through some of his favourite foraging finds in April. Wild garlic “Also known as ransoms, wild garlic is the […]

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Five Things to Forage Now
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