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  • 7th February


    Well we have had a very interesting and expensive week.

    Last weekend we were away at Inveraray for Jacqui’s birthday weekend, all good so far.

    Saturday morning I got...

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  • 31st January

    Well we are at the end of January and it is unseasonably warm.

    This usually gets everyone twitchy and thinking about stating to sow seeds.

    But hold on, I have seen this in the past, then...

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  • 24th January

    At long last the gearbox has arrived back at the farm.

    When we were taking the pumpkins out for our pumpkin selling day last year, the wee compact Siroma lost second gear.

    That was on...

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  • 17th January

     It was a mild week of weather again last week, but what a difference a week makes last Friday the 7th I was in Glasgow delivering as usual, and at times  I was driving in white out conditions,...

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  • 29th November

    The next few news letters will be a wee bit shorter; we need to leave space to put in the Christmas delivery dates.

    Last week 300 raspberry canes arrived, the ones we had, all got frosted with...

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  • 22nd November


    We have some amazing mushrooms growing wild around the farm right now, I haven’t got a clue what they are, so we have no intentions on trying them, but they do look fantastic.


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  • 15th Novenber

    Last week’s job was clearing out the cucumber tunnel.

    Its not the best job in the world, with the cucumber plants withered and dead and they are always all full of cob webs.

    So when...

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  • 8th November

    Last week I was talking about machines, and getting a new weeder for the front of the tractor.

    Well this week its machines again.

    The wee compact Siroma tractor which we use for tunnel...

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  • 1st November

    Summer seasonal workers has always been an entertaining time of the year.                     Entertaining,...

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  • 25th october

    Pumpkin harvest time has come round again.

    We can never tell how many pumpkins we will have, until we actually cut them, then place them in batches of 50.

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