• Visitors

    Well we had our first enquiry yesterday! Although we're not officially open yet I had a phone call from Julie wanting to bring her alpaca mad daughters to the farm. They came armed with cameras and lots of enthusiasm. It was lovely showing them around and Rosie did a great job of introducing our ponies who are now incredibly tame! Rosie had brought her friend to the farm and had great fun driving her around on the quad bike! And then we took the ponies and Charlie for a walk. it was a beautiful afternoon. James even managed a flight with his paramotor and shared the sky with a hot air balloon.

    We confirmed the plans for the brickwork with our bricklayer. All we need now is the timber frame! Now scheduled for delivery on 17th October!

    We are collecting Lancelot and Limelight, our male miniature ponies, next week as they have just been weaned. If they make as much progress in a month as the girls have we'll be thrilled!

    We have injections looming and 10 of the boys are being castrated which I'm not looking forward to - and neither would they if they knew anything about it!

    Meeting with another kitchen designer next week and really hoping to get the design finalised and ordered!

    Have designed and ordered some postcards with details of the farm and pictures to hand out to interested parties. So looking forward to it all coming together over the next 6 months!


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