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Follow the day to day developments of the project.
Charity food cycle fundraiser with Sainsbury's staff Devizes. Over 240 miles cycled
Twin lambs born 4th February named Erica & Fay,. Name after our DofE students Erica & Fay
Support from Devizes area board chairman Cllr Simon Jacobs at the farm today.
Milan Cooker Stove arrives ready to be installed
Our young farmers enjoyed a busy time on the farm, cleaning, feeding and building a straw den
A glorious sunrise on the day the clocks changed and the first major frost of the season
Chivers Stove Centre, Devizes install flue and donate time & materials
Neil creates a tool to scrape all the moss off of the roof 7 wheel barrow loads and counting!
Thanks to Graham and a donation by David our first tractor arrives at the farm.
Our own Jacob ram arrives bought locally from Luke Smith.
Youth Action Wiltshire young carers help out at the farm.
First turkey hatched on the farm discovered by Skye while on animal duties. A young turkey is called a chick or poult
Paul brings our first 4 aylesbury ducks to the farm.
Great voluntary work by a team from Arval Swindon who worked in the pond area.
13 muscovy ducks donated by social services are collected.
Neil & Paul start work on filling in between the stands in the milking parlour.
A help for heroes team led by Paul come to the farm to help out in the pond area.
Paul and Bob start work on enlarging the pig pen.
On clearing brambles from the craft area a lister is found by Paul and Hans now in need of a bit of restoration.
Another thunder storm and a hit on the barn only damage was to the phone line.
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