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Show Jump with Valley Farm Plank

Camel in the field with horses in the background

two shire horses trotting in the field

 

 

Valley Farm Blog

Animal Antics from Down on the Farm.

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Below you can read about all the things that we and the animals have got up to in the past.

News

Winter/Spring 2014

So we did finally bring the horses in during January and February but the mild weather enabled us to turn them out again in March.  They must have thought that...
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Autumn 2013

Well, here we are, Christmas again. The warmer weather has seen our horses ...
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Valley Farm Diary - September 2013

The fantastic weather continues. The ponies have been enjoying their...
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Valley Farm Diary - August 2013

Well, another season over. What an amazing summer it's been...
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Valley Farm Diary - July 2013

Nolwenn and Mannon two more French students arrived to help us with Pony Camps and...
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Valley Farm Diary - June 2013

We are now into 'Countdown to pony camp' mode. This has involved us in repainting all the chalets, finding, cleaning and repairing all..
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Valley Farm Diary - May 2013

More horse changes. Winnie a delightful little Exmoor pony joined us along with Junior, Bear and Stanley. Unfortunately, the changes...
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Valley Farm Diary - April 2013

We began the month with a Vaulting training day and a show jumping clinic, both well supported. In spite of the...
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Valley Farm Diary - March 2013

Brrr.... when is this winter going to go away? Our hay ration ran out this month so we had to source extra supplies. This is because we are having to feed quite...
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Valley Farm Diary - February 2013

What a rubbish month! Just when we thought winter was drawing to a close, it really...
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