Thanks to a great team of friends and family we have successfully made our first batch of meadow hay from 2023.
Taking a break from fixing the tractor, I decided to have a wander through our main wildflower meadow and see what I could find.
In an effort to reduce waste and maximise true value from our rare and native breed sheep, we have decided to venture into producing our very own sheepskin rugs.
It's one of the most iconic trees on the farm, defining the view down the valley, but today we say goodbye to the mighty beech tree that has stood tall at the bottom of the House Meadow for hundreds of years.
Twelve sheep from the Manx Ark Project dispersal sale in Clitheroe on Saturday 15th February now call Marlfield Farm their home. We are very pleased to be able to offer a home to these lovely sheep.
We were pleased to be donate two North Ronaldsay and two Shetland wethers to the RBST Primitive Produce Project; aiming to promote the meat and other produce from these animals to different audiences.