Issue 140 January
News from the Farm Issue 140 January

Most of the rivers and drains are full and three River Witham tributaries have broken their banks

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Why Black Friday?
Latest News Why Black Friday?

Our position of not jumping on the band wagon with Black Friday deals, as we don’t agree with the concept of fuelling consumerism to the detriment of our planet, also has a more prosaic basis: we d

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Issue 139 December
News from the Farm Issue 139 December

The weather is a key topic on the farm at them moment, as its effects are far reaching

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New report again highlights the decline in insects and what we can all do to help
Latest News New report again highlights the decline in insects and what we can all do to help

This week sees the launch of a campaign by The Wildlife Trusts called ‘Action for Insects’, with the initiative based on a report into insect decline by Professor Dave Goulson (University of Suss

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Issue 138 November
News from the Farm Issue 138 November

Stonechats must have had quite a good year as I have been seeing pairs and singles quite often on the farm during October.

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State of Nature 2019
Latest News State of Nature 2019

The 2019 State of Nature report, written by a group of professionals from over 70 wildlife organisations, has been published and it will come as no surprise to anyone that the findings are stark. Sin

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Issue 137 October
News from the Farm Issue 137 October

Goldfinches are busy feeding on the teasels and Burdocks that grow on our uncut margins.

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Autumn in the wildlife garden
Latest News Autumn in the wildlife garden

If you haven’t done so for a while, then getting feeders clean is super-important to the health and survival of the birds which visit your garden.

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Happy days and holidays
Latest News Happy days and holidays

Andrew Cooper, our guest blogger has been watching the butterflies in Devon

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Issue 136 September
News from the Farm Issue 136 September

The wet weather had a diverse effect on our wheat harvest this year

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Where do our familiar summer migratory birds go to for the winter?
Latest News Where do our familiar summer migratory birds go to for the winter?

As most people reading this will know, the songbird migrants which come to the UK to breed in the spring and summer aren’t species we can attract to our gardens with food, with the simple reason bei

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Our bag size guide
Latest News Our bag size guide

Buying in bulk makes more sense

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Keeping an eye on things
Latest News Keeping an eye on things

Our guest blogger Phil Pickin talks about wildlife cameras...

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Issue 135 August
News from the Farm Issue 135 August

Due to the wet summer, our crops are very lush and are in no hurry to ripen

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At night in the garden
Latest News At night in the garden

Our guest blogger Phil Pickin has been looking out for nocturnal activities in his garden

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Ups and Downs of Wildlife
Latest News Ups and Downs of Wildlife

Opening the kitchen curtains this morning, I was greeted with a view lit by a warming early sun. A scene more like Watership Down than a Devon valley. Rabbits everywhere, scampering and leaping aroun

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