Enter the Agri Centre marquee at the Royal Cheshire Virtual Show and enjoy learning how the farming calendar continues apace no matter how much the environment in which it operates has changed in recent months. In our virtual marquee you can see baby calves and sheep shearing, hear about life during lockdown on a Cheshire dairy farm and enjoy a lively discussion on British Dairy courtesy of Love British Food.
We’ve seen some strange times over the past few months, the whole country has been in lockdown, families and friends have been kept apart and our lives have been turned upside down. But in all these uncertain times, we’ve got to try and take whatever positives we can and it’s certainly been a positive time on the farm! The farming calendar carries on, whether there’s a virus pandemic or not and all farmers and people in the agriculture industry have carried on regardless as key workers. There’s certainly been a surge of people wanting to buy produce straight from the farm gate too, whether that be farm shops, butchers or the ever popular raw milk dispensers that more and more dairy farmers are going into. The country has certainly needed its farmers over the past few months, and hopefully that momentum will continue.
The cows have started calving on the farm and this is certainly my favourite time of year. It’s always a worry for me every year, as much as I know the cows will be alright and the little calves will come into the world without much help, it’s always good to be on hand in case there’s any problems, as you’ll see in my latest episode below…
LEAF Education’s National Competition in Food, Farming and EnvironmentWatch the video
#FarmMyFood – find out more about our work undertaken with GCSE Food Prep and Nutrition and GCSE Business Studies studentsWatch the video
Future Farming Programme - hear from some of the students after a lesson about just how much work goes into food production!Watch the video
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