Lovely skies at night, but turning colder now. The cattle still happily grazing on the fields which are a bit on the wet side shall we say so treading the soil up a bit…………ready to come in doors soon.
Sheep management they call it………..all lambs weaned off their mummies to give them a rest, worming completed and fly deterrent applied so that the horrid flies don’t lay their eggs and cause maggots to grow and hassle the sheep and lambs. The ewes will be pleased to enjoy some time off grazing on the luscious
Just another picture of the silaging this time as we really like it. It captures the flurry of activity which is there and then no sooner gone. Ross island in the back drop, us tractor drivers need to concentrate on driving and not viewing otherwise we will soon be seeing the sea to close!!
Well I have to say this is one of our favourite views, looking down the lighthouse field, or so we call it, and overlooking Ross island. It is a little haven of contentment, peace and quiet. You really could be anywhere when you just look out to sea. A picnic overlooking the island is a
The grass is going and the weather has turned. Woolly sheep, hairy cattle and lots of hard work on the farm at this time of the year! We always look forward to the Winter solstice, after the 21st December the days start getting longer again. We will be planning to scan the sheep in January
We have several different groups of deer living freely down here at Ross Bay in the woods on the farm. We do have a mother with 2 young living in the wood on the driveway to our house and the cottages. Our talented guest Jill Rowland staying in Creel Cottage caught this superb photo of