Log Fires and Cosy weekends

Log Fires and Cosy weekends

We've been busy on the farm harvesting and now all the corn is in the grain store. Next years wheat is being planted and Wyn is hoping to get into the beans today with the combine.

The ewes have been moved onto the lush green grass to get them in peak condition for tupping and we've bought four new tups to add to the other boys.

The polo ponies are back from their busy summer and they are loving the freedom of our fields. They've started to put weight on already.

Big Bill is in love but he's not sure who with. Two bitches in the village are in season and we're struggling to keep him in. Widget on the other hand is in fine shape and as you can see has decided to expand her role as top terrier at Tugford.

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Harvesting is over! The combine was brought home last night after a very testing end to the summer. The planting of next years crops now begins in haste before the ground gets too wet to work. The horses winter beds are down in the stables waiting for them to come in at night as soon as it drops too cold or wet and the logs are being loaded into the log shed ready for the log burner in Meal House and the farm house to keep us all warm. The Jacuzzi comes into its own during the winter months. It's the time I like to use it most. Everyone has suddenly started cooking roast dinners and puddings and the salad bowl is to be found at the back of the cupboard. We still have guests booked in with their horses enjoying the Autumnal colours and changing vista of the Brown Clee Hill and as long as you have your wellies or walking boots there's a host of fabulous walking out there. As we head towards Christmas our rates become such great value so why not grab a weekend away and curl up by that log burner in Meal House or jump in the Jacuzzi and watch the steam rise!

11th October 2017

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