Bobbi Mothersdale with some chicksBobbi Mothersdale ©Jim Varney
Days on our farm rarely pan out exactly as planned. I  have recently taken a solemn oath not to set any more eggs under broody hens. My dedicated mums are currently rearing a motley crew of guinea fowl keets, bantie chicks and a solitary turkey poult. That was it, I promised. Until this morning, when I went into the old milking parlour to rummage through a freezer for a pack of frozen plums to make a lunchtime pudding. Crouched on […]
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