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Our first workaway!

We didn’t plan much of our trip before setting off, but we had made a few key decisions:

  • we would go to New Zealand, Chile and Argentina, with a brief stop in Australia;
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New bird flu outbreak hits French foie gras exporters

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

PARIS (AFP) – A new outbreak of bird flu hit France’s foie gras producers on Friday just as a ban on exports outside Europe was about to be lifted in time for the crucial holiday period. 382 more words

Current Affairs

Change

Change, it’s not so rough.
Merrily we roll along.
Ever tightly wound.

Haiku

On the Second of December

The feeder calves stood on the other side of the fence, splotches of white and black and brown chewing at a bit of hay.  We looked them over, my family and I, deciding whether or not we should take them home.  167 more words

Real Life

What Surprises Me the Most: Farmers are Our Toughest Critics

I can’t believe it has been almost a year since I started blogging to advocate for agriculture. With that milestone approaching, I have been reflecting back on this last year. 957 more words

Dairy

Best farms in Singapore

(Source: www.timeout.com)

If you have a fear of frogs, maybe you’d wanna skip this one. Jurong Frog Farm is home to about 10,000 of the amphibians, the majority of which are American Bullfrogs. 95 more words

Singapore

A farmer's trust broken at the abattoir and why it's taken me so long to write about it.

It left an indelible mark on me as a child watching Dad wiping away tears the afternoon his favourite cow, Queen Bessie, left the farm. She was getting old and arthritic, the last cow to reach the dairy. 514 more words

Farm