Category: Dorset Farming

Voice of the Farmer | June 2021

I think after last months article where I mentioned  that during the month of April, we had not received any measurable rainfall and that...

It’s Eggism

When I began writing for The Blackmore Vale, I’d promised myself that I wouldn’t talk about chickens every month - I have enough abuse...

Voice of the Farmer | May 2021

The main topic of conversation in the UK farming world at the moment has been tha lack of rain this spring with virtually no...

Chooks in Lockdown

After three and a half months of their own lockdown, poultry birds across the country on the 1st of April were allowed to finally...

Voice of the Farmer | April 2021

The Farming View The month of March has been very productive at Rawston, with most  of the spring planting completed. Spring beans have been sown providing...

The Girls at Westleaze

Despite the job description on my contract with Westleaze Farm stating ‘Assistant Avian Production Manager’, working on a family-run farm means that you have...

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Beware the slurry shuffle | Farm Tales

Dorset’s daring rescues – but Andrew Livingston points out the very thin line between humourous mishaps and farming tragedies You may (should?!) have already read...
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Dramatic quiz night in Wimborne

Wimborne Community Theatre invites you to an exhilarating Quiz Night on Thursday, 29th February at Colehill Sports and Social Club, located at 108 Wimborne...

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