Tom’s been to check the water is now moving – he’s delighted! Not a bad job in the warm of January. Thanks, Tom for your hard work, you did a brilliant job!
As the sun is shining in Lincolnshire, it is a great day for some outdoor jobs. Graham and Jonathan are making ‘waves’ both ditching digging in a rotation and keeping the water flowing sometimes in tight spaces. The results are impressive!
Our Izusu’s crankshaft snapped. Unfortunately, a new engine was unavailable but luckily we found one in a smashed-up donor vehicle. Thanks to Raymond and Freddy for the rebuild. No box of parts was left.
We had a busy and exhausting day on the farm but we are proud to say that wheat drilling, barley drilling along with winter oats are all done. Only 30 ha of beans and having to dress some more to get done. Fingers crossed. Huge thanks to our hard-working team.
The weather conditions could not stop us from harvesting. To say nothing of how the dryer was needed afterwards.
Thanks to Henry for sending James this reminder – September ploughing 2017 start of the tenancy and the same field with Controlled Traffic Farming (CTF) four harvests later.
From the fields of Hexton, we bring you white mustard 21 pre-cleaning stage for Colman’s.
White mustard straight from the field
Nice weather for harvest. We have been working tirelessly to finish all our harvest jobs. Fingers crossed this beautiful sky is here to stay….for the next few weeks at least.
Bearing gone on the main elevator at Scotland Farm today. Not to worry, the team are on the case with a big crane!
The thing we love about our farms – is the flat landscape and being able to see for miles and miles.