Charlie Flindt
Our farming system is very unadventurous and boring. We grow what we’ve always grown and tend to steer clear of newfangled ideas. We once tried winter peas and ended up ploughing them in. We looked briefly into willow coppicing and ended up glad we didn’t go any further. The suckler herd was a great success until our own offspring rather got in the way – then it was back to stores. There is one huge advantage to the way we […]
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