As the sunflower heads decay they provide a good food source for birds and small mammals
Chicken feed time with Graham
Making sure that the birds have fresh ‘unfrozen’ water is essential.
It just dropped out of the sky.
Glider maker Doug Barber retrieves his vintage model glider. Doug used to fly Shackleton’s in the RAF including the one that is now in the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry
Filling up the barrows with wood chip
Wood chip prossesion
Wheelbarrow rides are great fun.
Terry busy building stuff
Willow against the sky
Even though it is November and there was a cold Easterly wind blowing today, there is plenty to do and see on the farm. At this time of year the food crops have slowed right down but there is still lots of maintenance work to do and plenty of tasks to make ready for next years crops. We even had several model gliders drop in today, blown our way from a competition being held on Meadow Lane. Click onto the images for a larger view.