Tag Archives: farm

Itchy chin.

Our hereford bull seems to enjoy a pose for the camera.  He has moved fields and has some new girlfriends now, and is exploring around the new field boundaries.  Great to find that place to scratch ones itch!  What else are these rocky outcrops on the farm for?  Lovely picturesque views over Ross Bay, and

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Who is there?

Look at our deer, making herself at home in the garden at Ross.  She has 2 babies who are a little more shy.  Absolutely amazing to see so close up, but so content – nature at its best.

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The Snug

Here is a photograph of The Snug sitting room in The Old Cheeseloft!  Opening tomorrow……

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It’s silaging time at Ross Bay

The fields are buzzing with activity as the first cut of silage is gathered in.

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The Old Cheeseloft.

The Old Cheeseloft is coming along well now. Here is a photograph of the new moderately hydraulic pointing at the front, and the Dowling stove flue in situ!

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Across the water.

Looking across the sea to the Lake District with the snow capped fells. amazing views.

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February saw lambing time at Ross!

We started lambing in February down here at Ross Bay. It has been a cold and wet time but spring is now here!

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Competition winner!

Our lucky facebook competition winner was Sheila Middleton. We look forward to welcoming Sheila and her family down here in October to stay in The Old Cheeseloft.

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The Rocking Reindeers.

Besides the deer out on the fields, we have our very own, handmade deer by young Stephen – aren’t they great.  Red nose pom pom by Philippa – a real family homemade effort. May 2016 be happy, healthy and wonderful for everybody. We now have our 2017 availability on the website so have a peek

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Snow capped distant hills.

Stunning views over the Mull of Ross towards the west.  A little dusting of snow for the perfect country winter scene.  Lovely walks over by Kirroughtree, and Newton Stewart.

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