West Highland terrier © Caroline Brinkmann/imageBROKER/REX/Shutterstock© Caroline Brinkmann/imageBROKER/REX/Shutterstock
I’m not quite sure why, but it seems the Good Lord has been determined to stop me planting my crop of winter beans.  It all started well enough, back in the autumn of 2014, when we saved a nice dry trailer load, and called in the seed cleaner gang to process and weigh it off into pristine 500kg bags. We ended up with six tonnes, perfect for a late autumn break in the weather. Which, of course, never came. In […]
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