What a glorious time of year to be a farmer. The crops are growing quickly and the wildlife is in exuberant form. While some bird species pair up, ready to make nests and reproduce, hares fight it out in the fields to burn off their testosterone. This behaviour was remarkably similar to that displayed in Blackpool last weekend at the Young Farmers annual convention. It is 20 years since I was last there, but I returned, like a battle-scarred war […]
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