Farmer Bobbi Mothersdale with her dog© Jim Varney
The slow grass growth and a forecast of even colder weather for the start of May mean that the herd remains indoors. There is still plenty of silage, so there’s no urgent pressure to turn them out. The calves, though, spend a lot of time peering through the yard gates at that big, wide world out there. They will soon find out all about it. Once the weather warms up, that is. But nature abhors a vacuum, especially in a […]
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