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Highland beef cattle first arrived at Green Farm in March 2002. Dottie (Brindle) and Jaz (White) were bought as a hobby (and a bit of fun).

At this time we were milking 130 Holsteins and Jerseys three times a day, getting high yields but not making any money. So after becoming involved with the Highland Cattle Society, and making some trips to Oban to the Cattle sales, we decided to sell the milk cows in August 2005 and concentrate on cows that are fun, sell our own beef, (which we think is the best in the world), and farm in a more traditional, and environmentally friendly way.

Our Highland Beef Cattle can now be seen above the Malham Cove beauty spot where we support the Limestone Country Project.
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The Manitou's throttle wouldn't work so it was a very slow trip to Townsons to get it fixed, a loose bolt stopping the cable working properly, simple. Came home and went to empty the old loader bucket that our neighbour uses to put his horse manure in. After doing this a lot of steam appeared so back to Townsons to discover the fan had broken and gone through the new radiator and put a nice hole in it. Abandoned it there and returned home to start using the JCB again which was luckily still parked in the yard. Putting the first bale out in the silo building I realised I'd forgotten to turn the tap that locks the pins in place that hold the grab on. So I burst an oil pipe and, guess what, another trip to Townsons for Jerry to make me a new pipe. Just another day in the life of the Manitou owner!!!!!!!!!

Managed to extend the gate in the old top shippon where the bulls are. Had to knock the bit of wall out and rehang the gate. Donald came in his green armchair with the tanker attached and emptied the slurry tank at Wenningber and took a few loads out at home. As it was too wet to travel on the fields he used the rain gun attachment to blow it over the walls and hedges from the road.
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