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US Technology in the Cotswolds
The No Till Crimper Roller is standard farm machinery in arable America but as far as we are aware our experiment at Honeydale Farm this weekend is among the first times that ...
Combined Effort & A Quick Fix
The combine harvester we bought earlier in the year had its first outing last week, when we brought in the spring barley. The sun was shining, all was running sweetly and we ...
Natural Flood Management & Other News
Natural Flood Management Last winter we created a natural flood management feature to hold up water flow at peak times from the spring and reduce the input into the ...
Ploughing
The fields where spring barley was formerly grown on Honeydale were ploughed a couple of weeks ago by Nigel Adams. We will be sowing sainfoin, herbal leys, green manures and ...
I Got a Brand New Combine Harvesterů
...so The Wurzels famously sang. Well this shiny red Massey Ferguson 16 is certainly new to us, but it’s actually 25 years old. Harry, as we have named him, arrived at ...
July-August
Making Hay and Combining Barley: We’ve brought in our first Honeydale harvest. Definitely the most important events that have taken place on the farm over the past few ...
March
Jim and Wendy had sown malting barley, a relatively low input crop, for many years so we thought we’d continue to observe the land by sowing the same again. Sam cultivated ...

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It's always been part of our vision to have a farm as an extension of the Cotswold Seeds business and in 2013 we bought Honeydale Farm, one hundred acres in the Cotswolds. During the past couple of years we've been making huge progress on the farm and this blog was set up to share this progress with our friends in the farming world.