Our Life at Denbury Farm Blog 28th August 2017

August 25, 2017 in new_blog, Uncategorized by MrFarmer

  I reckon the photo of the badgers is them telling that they are watching and waiting. The video is to show the our drones view of the farm and
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Our Life at Denbury Farm Blog 22nd August 2017

August 22, 2017 in new_blog, Uncategorized by MrFarmer

  JUST A FEW DAYS LEFT BEFORE THE KILLING FIELDS This year’s 2017 killing by Badger Cull will get into full swing after this bank holiday, going on for 6
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Our Life at Denbury Farm Blog 20th August 2017

August 20, 2017 in new_blog, Uncategorized by MrFarmer

                OUR BADGERS ARE IN DANGER OF BEING SHOT        SEE THEM LIVE EVERY NIGHT AT  www.denburyfarm.co.uk    Approx 9.pm   This
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Our Life at Denbury Farm Blog 17th August 2017

August 17, 2017 in new_blog by MrFarmer

Our nature being it mammals, insects or plants in one way or the other is gradually but surely being killed off by us humans through greed, misinformation and wrong doing.
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Our Life at Denbury Farm Blog 12th August 2017

August 12, 2017 in new_blog, Uncategorized by MrFarmer

I had not intended to write about our fox so soon, until I realised that in some areas the fox hunting cubing season has started. Cubing happens early mornings usually
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Our Life at Denbury Farm Blog 9th August 2017

August 10, 2017 in new_blog, Uncategorized by MrFarmer

A few more photographs of the Fox family at Denbury Farm, although you can see them every night on the webcams feeding with the Badgers and sometimes the Deer. Going
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Our Life at Denbury Farm Blog 5th August 2017

August 5, 2017 in new_blog by MrFarmer

Mrs Farmer on a walk with our dogs was in the valley this afternoon and came across a small herd Roe Deer in the valley field. Two Bucks,  four Doe
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Our Life on Denbury Farm Blog 2nd August 2017

August 2, 2017 in new_blog by MrFarmer

  Watching the memorials to those who lost their lives at the Battle of Passchendaele made me remember a Great Uncle who died in the 1st world war, a Charles
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