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  • July 2022 Newsletter
    We are just about to start off with our advanced sheep breeding season. This is a new service we are offering to predominantly pedigree sheep flocks now. AI in sheep is much more complicated than cows as they have an extremely convoluted cervix, which makes it impossible to pass an […]
  • June 2022 Newsletter
    It is pleasing to see plenty of grass being stored as I drive around, quality forage will certainly be more important than ever this year.  We have been busy calving cows lately, quite a few have been the tail end of Spring blocks. It highlights to me the importance of […]
  • May 2022 Newsletter
    It was great to see so many of you enjoying our hospitality at the North Somerset Show. After a 2-year absence, a good rural get together was certainly in order. The winner of the quiz was Roger & Alison Lyons of Lower Gurney Farm, West Harptree who knew their medicinal […]
  • April 2022 Newsletter
    A huge number of animals have been turned out to grass as early as I can remember. With costs spiralling it is certainly a helpful early start to Spring. The past two years have definitely been turbulent but for my 20 years in practice I cannot remember a time when […]
  • March 2022 Newsletter
    The recent Panorama program was certainly a sad indictment on the Dairy farm that was exposed and no doubt reflects on the livestock sector as a whole. I am certain that nobody will condone the blatant abuse of animals that was evident. I sometimes think it worth contemplating certain situations […]