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Becky Sherman, The Squire Farm, Chapel Lawn, Bucknell, Shropshire. SY7 0BW

Tel/Fax - 01547 530530 E-mail - becky@squirefarm.co.uk


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The Squire Farm, Chapel Lawn, Bucknell, Shropshire SY7 0BW

Tel/Fax - 01547 530530 E-mail - becky@squirefarm.co.uk


FARM NEWS

For Sale

Eggs from our own hens  are for sale at £1.25 per half dozen.

(Subject to availability and when we can find them)

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Home Grown Mutton

Follow the link for details or ask me, Becky on

01547 530530 or e-mail

This page is a sort of ‘blog’ I suppose, but I prefer to call it ‘News’ and try to keep it up to date with what is going on on the farm and property.  If you are interested in anything in particular, please ask!

Previous Year’s News

2020

Squire Cottage in the sunshine Looking to Chapel Lawn from Squire Farm
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February

Back in December, I mentioned giving up the sheep see Farm News 2019 and it has now happened.  They all went one day in January (except two badger-faced wethers and Perky) (and the ram for the moment) when I was really not expecting it.  I can no longer say that we farm sheep, which for us is sad, but at least with no ewes to lamb, I can grow some vegetables instead!

We will still be selling frozen mutton - it is delicious by the way!!

The badgers and Perky - a pet Two remaining badger-faced wethers

The wethers immediately got caught up in brambles!


Perky was one of those lambs which missed out on the crucial colostrum from her Mother, but in spite of that insisted on living… she is slightly deformed, but still lives on.  We feel we have to keep her!