Monthly Archives: June 2016

Terry the ram goes to Woolfest

  Terry is a rather handsome Exmoor Horn ram, with an impressive set of horns, and he has just had a short holiday in Cumbria visiting the massive Woolfest show. He was there with Lindy on her Exmoor Horn Wool

Posted in Farm Dogs, Lambs, Member Farms, Rams, Sheep

Early summer at Hele Payne Farm……

This is one of my favourite times of year in our quiet corner of Devon. Our spring crops have been planted and are thriving in the warm sunshine.  The grass has been growing so well that it is now time

Posted in Beach, Calves, Cows, Lambs, Member Farms, Sheep, village show

Why not visit Killerton House and Gardens?

Killerton House is a particularly elegant 18th century building, surrounded by eighteen acres of landscaped and parkland gardens.  They boast a wide variety of unusual trees and shrubs, collected by some of the great Victorian plant hunters. There are also

Posted in gardens, Restaurants, walks

John Wayne remembered!

Daisy was the best, kindest cow I ever had the pleasure of owning; a really gentle lady.  She was a Friesian cross Hereford and, as is typical of that cross, black with a wide, white face, 3 white socks and

Posted in Calves, Cows, Member Farms