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  • The Longest Furrow

    The longest swath or the longest furrow is always the one round the outside of the field. I seem to walk and work about the farm these days in a reflective daze, half looking back, and half looking forward, with every thing starting to overtake my way of working. - - - - - - Looking now we don't...
    Posted to Owd Fred's Blog (Weblog) by Owd Fred on Thu, Oct 18 2012
  • What you can cook under a tractor bonnet

    We've all been there - sitting on a tractor for days on end, obsessing about what we've got in our lunchbox and how we can make it just that little bit more exciting. Cooking things under the bonnet, given you've remembered to bring some tin foil, is pretty commonplace on farms especially...
    Posted to Talking Point (Forum) by emily on Tue, Aug 23 2011
  • Wet harvest woes continue

    Once again I haven’t had internet connection for several days, so it hasn’t been until today that I’ve managed to catch up on emails and what’s been happening with my Nuffield chums who’ve been having the harvest from hell thanks to the rain. While things have got steadily...
    Posted to nufsaid (Weblog) by anonymous on Wed, Dec 15 2010
  • Mad dogs and Englishmen…

    …climb Mount Oberon in the midday sun. And then hang about at the top of it until it chucks it down with rain and they have to sprint 3.5km back to their car. I left Graeme and Gill’s this morning with the intention of stopping off at nearby Wilsons Promontory National Park to take some ...
    Posted to nufsaid (Weblog) by anonymous on Wed, Dec 8 2010
  • The sweetest thing

    If there’s one thing I hadn’t expected about this area of Queensland, it’s the array of things that are produced here. From dairy and beef to tropical fruit, tea and coffee, the area could happily be self-sufficient in some of the tastiest foods there are to be had. What I hadn’t...
    Posted to nufsaid (Weblog) by anonymous on Mon, Nov 8 2010
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