Bees over ‘beefies’
Dame Carol Ann Duffy, poet, playwright and professor

For this,
let gardens grow, where beelines end,
sighing in roses, saffron blooms, buddleia;
where bees pray on their knees, sing, praise
in pear trees, plum trees; bees
are the batteries of orchards, gardens, guard them.

The question is wai
The Good Farmer: in defence of (non-industrial) dairying
The Good Farmer: in defence of (non-industrial) dairying
A study of our organic pasture: grasses
A study of our organic pasture: grasses
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A study of our organic pasture: white and red clover
A study of our organic pasture: yarrow
A study of our organic pasture: yarrow
A study of our organic pasture: chicory
A study of our organic pasture: chicory
A study of our organic pasture: lucerne
A study of our organic pasture: lucerne
A study of our organic pasture: plantain
A study of our organic pasture: plantain