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  • Back after a looooong blogging break!
    on Oct 25, 2012
    It's been quite a while since I updated the blog. No real excuses, except for general business. I'm also finding the new blogger interface really horrible to work with, and am seriously considering moving over to Wordpress, which is so much better.
  • Spring means LAMBS!
    on Aug 22, 2012 in lambs spring lambfest2012 sheep august
    Last night I didn't sleep well. All night I could hear a sheep outside my window, baaaa-aaaing away. And, because I'm not so new to this farming business any more, I knew what it meant. So this morning, in the frost, I went out to check. And this...
  • Rain, rain, go away!
    on Aug 13, 2012 in spring rain sheep august lambing
    It has been raining and drizzling and hailing for a while now, and I am heartily sick of it. I can't wait until Spring starts - it's been a long, chilly winter - and the whole property starts to grow again. But at the moment, everthing is muddy and...
  • Cowashing - a new option for dry, curly hair careI'm one of those women who has dry, curly hair. That's me: Dry, curly hair? I know all about it! So I was keen to give cowashing a go. Recently I heard about a new way of managing dry, curly hair that is taking the US by storm. Maybe you've alread...
  • Should I buy a farm?
    on Jul 16, 2012 in budget farming
    I've read a lot of blogs where people talk about their dream to one day own a farm. I want to talk today about whether you should buy a farm - some of the things you should think about before signing on the dotted line at the real estate agent's off...
  • Home made spray on shower power!Here's a really easy recipe for home made "shower power" or "shower witch" multi-purpose bathroom cleaner. I call it "Scum Buster"! Home made spray on shower cleaner. I call it "Scum Buster"! It's fast to ma...
  • Winter at Hazeltree Farm
    on Jul 11, 2012
    Winter is a quiet time at Hazeltree Farm. We're mainly doing a "clean up and fix" at the moment. There are a lot of jobs that need doing, and while we're not in the growth season, lambing season, harvesting season or the mad rush of summe...
  • Climate Change comes to Hazeltree Farm
    on Jul 6, 2012
    When you live in the city, "climate change" just means you add another layer of clothing and curse at the weather. But when you farm, watching tiny lambs die in the cold is heartbreaking. As a newbie farmer, transplanted from the city, I'v...
  • Back after a long holiday!
    on Jul 4, 2012 in travel june
    I'm back at Hazeltree after a LONG holiday. My husband had to go to Spain (Valencia) for his job, and I decided to go with him, and for the two of us to extend it into a long holiday in Europe. It was the first holiday I'd had for nearly a decade,...
  • Autumn to winter...
    on May 20, 2012
    Winter has set in, with a vengeance. It has been COLD these last few days, and we're starting to get hard frosts on the ground. I've been very busy, getting the last of the autumn jobs done before there is any chance of snow. No snow yet, but our...
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