The horses and cows are doing a great job on Tor Noon,  and we can really begin to see the heather and a mix of grasses rather than a monoculture of gorse with patches of bracken and bramble.  The horses are particularly good as they are not so fussy and are quite happy to eat bristle bent which is a really tough, poor grass which we think is common here because the area used to be cut for turfs.

Well, a big shift here with Arthur starting Secondary school as a Year 9.  It will be just Leo and I at home.  But I think we will cope!   I am starting Homeopathy at welly boot level,  a four day course that will hopefully help me select remedies more competently.

By Lisa Guy

I am an organic beef and wildlife farmer

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