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The Highland cattle left this week. They weren’t taken away, they simply jumped a new, 1m high, “stockproof” fence to join their near relatives in an adjacent croft. This is far from the first time that they have demonstrated their athleticism. Since  these animals all belong to a near neighbour that is where they are likely to remain until the are moved to winter grazings. They can still be admired from a short distance. In the meantime a  cheviot tup is about to arrive for a little autumnal romance with the small flock of ewes. It’s all change.

There are also two cute Tamworth cross Oxford Sandy and Black porkers rooting in the pig park beside the  green agricultural shed.