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Bodgit and Scarper fence repairs North Stoke end of farm

Posted by lee preece on Sunday, April 14, 2019, In : 2018 




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goat damage from an open gate during early 2018

Posted by lee preece on Sunday, April 14, 2019, In : 2018 


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Horse trainers

Posted by lee preece on Sunday, April 14, 2019, In : 2018 

 
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Chicken love and cuddles

Posted by lee preece on Sunday, April 14, 2019, In : 2018 


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Another blast from last Octobers Icy past (2018)

Posted by lee preece on Sunday, April 14, 2019, In : 2018 


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View from Farm entrance in Dec 18- Check out our new logo

Posted by lee preece on Sunday, April 14, 2019, In : 2018 


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Farm Entrance- Autumn Leaves on the turn October 18th 2018

Posted by lee preece on Friday, October 19, 2018, In : 2018 


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Autumnal views as leave are on the turn - taken from farm track Upton Cheyney Oct 16th

Posted by lee preece on Friday, October 19, 2018, In : 2018 


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Blast from the icy past - last winter Goats in the snow

Posted by lee preece on Friday, October 19, 2018, In : 2018 
The goats looking content and the girls looking warm.
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Haymaking 2 (July)

Posted by lee preece on Sunday, August 19, 2018, In : 2018 


You will see one of our fruit orchards in the forefront coming on nicely, and our Bagots just behind (forever the curious)...... the sun has been quite unforgiving with such young trees which have had to be watered each night.
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Making hay whilst the sun shines (July)

Posted by lee preece on Sunday, August 19, 2018, In : 2018 
Jp organises the contractors before the rain comes (July)



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New home for Bees- 13th August 2018

Posted by lee preece on Sunday, August 19, 2018, In : 2018 
So just taken delivery of a bee hive, 2nd and 3rd hopefully on its way, lets hope we can do our bit for the environment and provide a safe welcoming habitat for our little friends. Its facing the right way and there is lots around to help the local community with pollination, so here we go fingers crossed.....


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Fruit trees (apple) progress on our farm

Posted by lee preece on Saturday, August 4, 2018, In : 2018 
Tydemans Early Worcester apple tree is doing well in first year of being planted, maybe I should of got more of these, the Katy Apples are struggling a bit due to the heat, as are the Ashmead Kernals, Dabinetts, Kingston Blacks and Morgan Sweets











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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.

Showing category "2018" (Show all posts)

Bodgit and Scarper fence repairs North Stoke end of farm

Posted by lee preece on Sunday, April 14, 2019, In : 2018 




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goat damage from an open gate during early 2018

Posted by lee preece on Sunday, April 14, 2019, In : 2018 


Continue reading ...
 

Horse trainers

Posted by lee preece on Sunday, April 14, 2019, In : 2018 

 
Continue reading ...
 

Chicken love and cuddles

Posted by lee preece on Sunday, April 14, 2019, In : 2018 


Continue reading ...
 

Another blast from last Octobers Icy past (2018)

Posted by lee preece on Sunday, April 14, 2019, In : 2018 


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View from Farm entrance in Dec 18- Check out our new logo

Posted by lee preece on Sunday, April 14, 2019, In : 2018 


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Farm Entrance- Autumn Leaves on the turn October 18th 2018

Posted by lee preece on Friday, October 19, 2018, In : 2018 


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Autumnal views as leave are on the turn - taken from farm track Upton Cheyney Oct 16th

Posted by lee preece on Friday, October 19, 2018, In : 2018 


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Blast from the icy past - last winter Goats in the snow

Posted by lee preece on Friday, October 19, 2018, In : 2018 
The goats looking content and the girls looking warm.
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Haymaking 2 (July)

Posted by lee preece on Sunday, August 19, 2018, In : 2018 


You will see one of our fruit orchards in the forefront coming on nicely, and our Bagots just behind (forever the curious)...... the sun has been quite unforgiving with such young trees which have had to be watered each night.
Continue reading ...
 

Making hay whilst the sun shines (July)

Posted by lee preece on Sunday, August 19, 2018, In : 2018 
Jp organises the contractors before the rain comes (July)



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New home for Bees- 13th August 2018

Posted by lee preece on Sunday, August 19, 2018, In : 2018 
So just taken delivery of a bee hive, 2nd and 3rd hopefully on its way, lets hope we can do our bit for the environment and provide a safe welcoming habitat for our little friends. Its facing the right way and there is lots around to help the local community with pollination, so here we go fingers crossed.....


Continue reading ...
 

Fruit trees (apple) progress on our farm

Posted by lee preece on Saturday, August 4, 2018, In : 2018 
Tydemans Early Worcester apple tree is doing well in first year of being planted, maybe I should of got more of these, the Katy Apples are struggling a bit due to the heat, as are the Ashmead Kernals, Dabinetts, Kingston Blacks and Morgan Sweets











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