We waited patiently for the rain to soften the ground. The last rain has made a big difference, cultivating the light land after the rain is going a dream. Freddy and Raymond are cultivating and subsoiling getting the land ready … Read More
Thursday morning wasn’t the best start to harvest when we moved a combine to another farm and an o ring failed resulting in grinding to a halt on the busiest junction in East Anglia. Claas attended the seen and fixed … Read More
Thank you to the advise from David Cox from Australia on fire prevention when combining. The Dry time we are experiencing has caused numerous fires from combines in the east. Anglia Sprayers kindly came and built us a mini fire … Read More
The concrete floor is going down a treat. The warm weather makes a difference.
We are busy mixing up seeds ready to drill so the birds have feed in the winter. We are putting in sunflower, red and white millet, mustard, bumble bee mixes, pollen and nectar, linseed, canary seed.
The potatoes on the Norfolk coast are looking great and a delight to see. Looking forward to the harvest.
Winter beans are looking great in the June sunshine. The sprayer is working perfectly above the crop.
Winter barley is looking wonderful.
Sammy has maximised with the weather and the seed beds have warmed up with the recent warm days. He has got the Spring Blue peas drilled. Raymond is travelling behind rolling the fields. Can you believe there is dust with … Read More