The War against Weeds
With the changeable weather of this summer making sileaging and haymaking an “on and off” type event we’ve been using the downtime to clear some of the more invasive weed infestations at Mornacott.
The aptly named “Below Road” Field which nestles alongside the River Yeo has been the frequent beneficiary of various drainage schemes over the years and a final attempt last year to clear the old clay drainage pipes layed in the 1960s havi
Gap Year Students Arrive
Every year we take on students for Gap Year work. Our new recruits this year, Conan and Jordan, started this week and are already busy with a huge list of jobs from clearing Ragwort, haymaking and the myriad of general maintenance tasks that always bui
Welcome to the Family
Here at Mornacott we are proud to announce that our resident Highlanders have become parents.
Calves to Market
It is with mixed feelings that we watch our cows go off to market. Last Saturday saw the departure on nine Limousin cross calves just under a year old.
Work progresses well on the rebuild of Orchard Cottage with the first fit plumbing and electrical works now completed.
We have had a busy month with the stock here at Mornacott. Our breeding herd have all been examined by the vet to determine when they will calve and we all have our fingers crossed for a successful calving season.
Happy New Year
Mornacott is experiencing a very damp start to the New Year! With higher than average rainfall we are currently once again battling the elements.
The festive season is rapidly approaching here at Mornacott and we are well underway with preparations.
The Season Continues...
The shooting season is now well under way and it’s been very pleasing to welcome back so many of our regulars as well as meeting new teams who have taken up the few extra days that we’ve offered this year.