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The Home Farmer Sep 18
Installing panels up in the office today 😀
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carol gillan artist Sep 18
Oil on linen board 12x7” With thanks to @richardsonfamfarm for use of their great photo 😃
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Genetic Literacy 4h
Conventional dairy farms do less environmental damage than their organic counterparts suggests Philip Case via |
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AsenkaFleaMarket 5h
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carol gillan artist Sep 14
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Moneybee Group Sep 17
Farm visit to Bhagyalaxami Dairy Farms-India's most modern housing 3k Holstein cows a brand of is a first of its kind, superior farm to home milk! From milking to packing it’s untouched by humans & the cows are well trained & taken care of.
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Education and Health 6h
"Bear" having an afternoon snack on the way to the milking shed. There is plenty of milk for everyone. .
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Embleton Hall Dairies Sep 17
We always love to hear from our customers, new and existing. Let's talk about milk!... Call us at the dairy or make an enquiry online via the Embleton Halls Dairies website. Call: 01429 838316 Web:
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The Home Farmer Sep 19
Waiting by the gate at milking time
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ThroughPoint Sep 18
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Dairy Service Sep 15
To build a new modern farm from the very beginning or use an old one for robotic dairy milking?? Which option you choose and what is your motiwation? :) ..
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Education and Health 3h
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Farmers' Corner 24h
Replying to @farmerscornerng
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carol gillan artist Sep 20
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WholeyOats Sep 19
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Jaana H Sep 19
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Danielle Baker Sep 19
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Frank Smith Sep 19
Dairy farmers across the UK are being offered a helping hand by the government which will include a range of measures such as compulsory milk contracts and a £10 million collaboration fund. Read more via
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Sonia Kaur Sep 18
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SEAI Sep 18
We recently met with Pat Walton on his farm in Ballingarry, Co. Tipperary. His family have been farming this land for 200 years and now Pat is helping to pave the way for future generations with the help of our grant.
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