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Tractor Hire

Claas Arion 410 now available to hire – 110hp 4wd tractor with or without operator and implements such as fence post knocker, trailer, topper, grassland subsoiler/moleplough, grassland aerator. Hirer must have a valid uk driving license and hired in plant insurance to the value of tractor and any attachments if self driving. Not needed if […]

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Eat Your Greens

We have lots of different greens growing on the farm and going in the boxes each week. Here are some ideas to help you get the best from them or even just identify what they might be to start with 🙂   Above from left Mustard leaf, rocket and kale. All good raw in salads […]

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Haggis, neeps and tatties ( image used Creative Commons license)

Haggis – not just for Burns Night

Haggis is a tasty treat that we hope many of you will be enjoying on or around Burns Night on 25 January. But it’s a really versatile dish that you can enjoy any time of year. So what is it? It’s a mixture of lamb, oats, onions and spices. When it’s wrapped in a casing, […]

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Lots of lovely leftovers

We are all still stuffed from our Christmas feasting and have lots of food still to use up – some cooked veg, meat and little bits of cheese. I’m sure you’re all in the same boat, so here are some menu ideas for this week’s box delivery, hopefully using up some leftovers too. A big […]

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Cooking with your Christmas box

Christmas comes but once a year, and we all enjoy the feasting and food that goes along with the celebrations here at Christmas Farm. Here are our top tips for making the most of your festive ingredients. Cooking your turkey After stuffing your organic turkey, weigh it to calculate the cooking time. We like to stuff […]

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Christmas Wreath and festive decoration workshop

I had a lovely couple of days here at Christmas Farm running my Christmas wreath and festive decoration making workshops. This was the first year I was able to welcome everyone to my cabin to make their wreaths and other decorations. We started the day with tea, coffee, cake and mince pies. The first task […]

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Another busy week

It’s been yet another full week here at Christmas Farm. Our annual Food Standards inspection was successfully completed, and we’ve also put in a new fence to separate off what will be a plantation area (once we’ve planted more trees!). This will be a great wind break but also provide more shelter for the animals too. […]

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