Browsing Archive: September, 2017

View of our holding at Pipley Bottom Farm in the winter

Posted by lee preece on Friday, September 1, 2017, In : 2017 
as you will see................... asides from it being much wetter its just as beautiful an entrance as in the summer
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Pipley Bottom Farm View from within our entrance at Upton Cheyney

Posted by lee preece on Friday, September 1, 2017, In : 2017 
Our Farm yard and buildings are hidden at the bottom of this valley behind the woodland in front of you
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Beach Hill Barn as the land recovers

Posted by lee preece on Friday, September 1, 2017, In : 2017 
Just need to replace the orchard to the rear of the barn and it will all but disappear from view (18 trees fruit and nut Native varieties)
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The Bagots versus the Terrier- July 17

Posted by lee preece on Friday, September 1, 2017, In : 2017 
Our hardy herd of seven Bagots, Pip (The Hierarchial leader) faces off against a terrier, guess who came off worse next.......

And how the seven goats set up on an attack manoevre behind her
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The Hackney Stallion Driving in action

Posted by lee preece on Friday, September 1, 2017, In : 2017 


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Hackney Stallion we had hoped to buy earlier in 2017

Posted by lee preece on Friday, September 1, 2017, In : 2017 


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The Hackney Stallion we hoped to purchase

Posted by lee preece on Friday, September 1, 2017, In : 2017 


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About Us


Has held a County parish Holding number since 2010 and has operated as a small scale farming operation ever since. We are already successful in making and providing small bale Hay, Straw and firewood (small logs and kindling). We have bred horses and are trying to breed Bagot Goats from 2018, we are planning to get some Welbar Chickens soon and some ducks or Geese and some British Saanen or Golden Guernsey Goats for milking as we have already made some good headway in those areas. Our aspiration is to continue in small scale farming, livestock management of rare breeds, we hope to grow our farming business by investing in our 40 acres of land holding, we are currently investing significantly in the land with drainage and infrastructure, our primary objective is currently to keep our goats away from the young fruit and nut trees we are planting for our long term future. We are passionate about the green belt and promoting rural experiences for all. We have a growing economy which is sustainable.

Browsing Archive: September, 2017

View of our holding at Pipley Bottom Farm in the winter

Posted by lee preece on Friday, September 1, 2017, In : 2017 
as you will see................... asides from it being much wetter its just as beautiful an entrance as in the summer
Continue reading ...
 

Pipley Bottom Farm View from within our entrance at Upton Cheyney

Posted by lee preece on Friday, September 1, 2017, In : 2017 
Our Farm yard and buildings are hidden at the bottom of this valley behind the woodland in front of you
Continue reading ...
 

Beach Hill Barn as the land recovers

Posted by lee preece on Friday, September 1, 2017, In : 2017 
Just need to replace the orchard to the rear of the barn and it will all but disappear from view (18 trees fruit and nut Native varieties)
Continue reading ...
 

The Bagots versus the Terrier- July 17

Posted by lee preece on Friday, September 1, 2017, In : 2017 
Our hardy herd of seven Bagots, Pip (The Hierarchial leader) faces off against a terrier, guess who came off worse next.......

And how the seven goats set up on an attack manoevre behind her
Continue reading ...
 

The Hackney Stallion Driving in action

Posted by lee preece on Friday, September 1, 2017, In : 2017 


Continue reading ...
 

Hackney Stallion we had hoped to buy earlier in 2017

Posted by lee preece on Friday, September 1, 2017, In : 2017 


Continue reading ...
 

The Hackney Stallion we hoped to purchase

Posted by lee preece on Friday, September 1, 2017, In : 2017 


Continue reading ...