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Daily Archives: November 3, 2017

   

Withy and Hoo Woods can be seen in the background. The Flooded Wood Pasture is immediately left, and the River Stour is the other side of the stock fence to the right.

The Wilden Marsh herd has almost eaten itself out of house and home, and is off on holiday at the end of this month, immediately on completion of TB testing. In January next year, after two month R&R grazing in and around Chaddesley Corbett Wood, a smaller and mostly pregnant herd will return to Wilden Marsh to continue winter grazing. A new generation of rare breed Shetland calves will be born on… Read More

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