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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

Spotlight on……Widecombe-in-the-Moor

The beautiful village of Widecombe-in-the-Moor is a well-known Dartmoor tourist attraction, welcoming visitors at all times of the year.  Widecombe lies in a valley created by the East Webbern River.  The name Widecombe is derived from ‘Withy-combe’ – meaning ‘Willow

Posted in Cows, Lambs, pets, Sheep, Shepherd, village show

Cows wait for the Cuckoo!

The sound of the Cuckoo is becoming increasingly rare, so I was pleased to hear a neighbour say they had heard the Cuckoo one morning. My father in law always used to say that the cows couldn’t go back out

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A typical (soggy) day in the life of Middlewick Farm….

It’s that time of year when the ewe’s are brought in from the fields and into the lambing sheds ready for lambing. Today we walked the last of them home. Our first two pure poll Dorset lambs from our new

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