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Jude's view

We have a guest photographer on the blog today – Jude. He took some gorgeous photos of the smallholding and animals at the weekend so here is a little slice of our life from the camera lens of Jude. 103 more words

Animals

Kentish Salami? Oh yes....

Last week Becca & I visited Kentdown Artisan Meats to have a look at their cured meats range. I’d visited previously when we started getting lamb and pork meat from them, but I’d seen the charcuterie hanging up and thought they’d make a great addition to our range. 454 more words

Other Foods

Highlights Part 5: The Suffolk Punch Trust

Last summer we visited the Suffolk Punch Trust at Hollesley.  Richard had been in touch with his cousin who had enquired about Suffolk Punch horses and wondered if we could go and find some.   606 more words

Rural Diary

Sheep

Pictures from last year’s lambing:

Spinners love the fleeces from my sheep: 14 more words

Lesley Wickham

Throws, Sheepskins etc.

Every sheepskin is different. Some have long and dramatic fleece, some short, soft and cosy, and in all sorts of natural colours.

We are just awaiting the latest batch to come back from Herefordshire-based organic tannery we are pleased to support. 44 more words

Lesley Wickham

Rare breed spotted in Hackney

This is a very rare breed that does not seem to exist in Cheltenham but seems to thrive in Hackney in East London. “Man with Brush” used to exist in large numbers countrywide, with the country versions as well as the town breeds having areas to look after day in and day out. 160 more words