On September 3, I, along with several other local farmers, helped our NFU Scotland regional manager Ian Wilson with a lamb promotion at Inverness Market.
Since writing my last piece we have sold our shearlings at Skipton. Trade was good on the day and the Texel cross shearlings seemed to be very much in demand.
I am not sure when I dozed off but when I fell asleep it was July and I seem to have woken up in November. The weather seems quite grim...
The run up to lambing as started and both the farm and B&B are beginning to get busier.
Our Autumn work is backing up and the rain is not helping my mood!
A long July ends well after a month of shows, worn jeans and apparently, rum.
It’s how we change our attitude towards the situations that are happening to us which makes things successful.
It’s been a busy time for Will Case between helping educate 1,600 children at the Westmoreland schools days, seeing the new dairy taking shape, shearing and selling lambs into a poor market.