March-ing Upwards and Onwards

Having endured one of the wettest Februarys in years our paddock preservation attempts have been tested to the limit and thanks must go to our customers who have been pretty sensible with their daily turnout. We offer all year turn out at our livery and can only hope...

October fun times in the rain

The rain has bucketed down this October – but despite a it of a soaking we have had a bucket load of fun. One of our lovely liveries organised a Halloween fest with a pumpkin competition as well as having to find clues in some of the most obscure places around...

Harvest Gatherers

   Being able to grow and harvest our own crops is a truly satisfying experience – although being  at the mercy of the weather can be frustrating at times! In this area the farming community has a  saying that hay time always starts after Doune and Dunblane Show...

July – All systems go!

     July has seen us gather a fantastic crop of premium hay and haylage home grown on the farm. We have a wonderful local seed merchant who advises us on the best grasses to make the finest quality hay and this year we carried out some reseeding to create a...

Busy June Days

June is a hectic month as the grass is at the stage of rapid and continuous growth. The warm and wet conditions that we have experienced this year have caused some strong flushes of grass. Much care and attention is required to do some topping and being at the ready...
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