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Four Young Highland Heifers452 viewsA misty Easter week-end morning. These four young ladies are enjoying their youth. Photographed on the 11 acre field, with the Powick Parish Church in the background.
Highland and Aberdeen Angus Cattle264 viewsThis is our 11-acre field, which overlooks the Powick Parish Church and the valleys of the Teme and Severn Rivers. Here our pedigree Aberdeen Angus steers and Highland steers live the Kobe life: a regular diet of grain, beer (from the local micro-brewery), and massages.
Powick Fete - Scottish | Kobe Hamburgers195 viewsMarjorie cooking our big, thick, delicious Scottish | Kobe hamburgers at the Powick Fete, with Andy looking on in amusement. The wind kept blowing out our industrial-strengh barbeque, so we had to construct a barrier of cardboard boxes.
Powick Fete - Marjorie Giving Emilia a Hamburger224 viewsWe were pleased to help the local Powick Parish Church by selling our Scottish | Kobe hamburgers at the fete. Despite the wind, we were able to raise 120 for the Church in a few hours. And serve some delicious burgers. (I wonder how many other parishes have Scottish | Kobe burgers?)
Powick Parish Fete - May 28 2005101 viewsOvercast and windy -- but at least no rain.
Powick Parish Fete - May 28 200595 views
Powick Parish Fete - May 28 2005162 views3 comments
Powick Parish Fete - May 28 2005101 views
Westbrook at the Powick Parish Fete1367 viewsWe cooked Scottish | Kobe burgers at the Powick Parish Fete, May 28 2005. We also brought Westbrook Peter Lad (born 1 March 2005) --- our Berkshire boar. He was fine --- as though going to a fete was something he did every week.
Highland Cow With Powick Parish Church173 viewsOne of our Highland cows on our 11 acre field, overlooking the Powick Parish Church.
Craig With Highland Cattle and the Powick Parish Church96 viewsPhotographed for the Sunday Telegraph, 13 August 2004. The Powick Parish Church is in the background.
A Gate in the Pig Fields119 viewsIt's been a bit of a rainy, muddy winter. This field actually has field drains --- we installed them when we purchased the field in the mid-1990's. But the clay soil retains water, and it's rainy and wet here.
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