Our 7th winter on the farm features beautiful blue skies, -20C and a lot more downtime than in previous years.
In this video you’ll see the sheep being brought up to the barn in preparation for lambing and hear about some of our upcoming projects (partial perimeter fencing replacement with gate structures, winter housing for the cows, parking space, turkeys, hundreds of apple trees).
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What winter projects do you have on?
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I am setting up an organic farm ((in the middle of Ireland(Dublin 45k)
I have applied for organic status and in the process of erecting 4 x90x30ft tunnels
I have dug a well on site and hope to have a 4000 sq ft shed built within 3 months
I have 4 acres of usable land
I am looking for someone with land regenerative knowledge to run the business and share the profits
On the off chance that you would know someone, I would appreciate if you would give my contact details
Keep on with the book project – complete it over a longer time frame. It will have value for many. As you comment, you have been working at break neck speed over the past seven years. Don’t be so hard on yourself.
I think the winter weather I usually see in Cape Breton is all in Sweden this year.