Maggie Moo on Chewing The Cud

It’s Maggie Moo here again.

Isn’t the weather fabulous? We have been basking in wonderful sunshine for the last week. It makes such a nice change after having to go back into the sheds last week.

Field Names

We’re on a field called ‘The Banks’, so called because it was used for open cast mining here years ago so had many many holes in it! The banks refers to all the holes not a ready supply of money. The first Sixsmith to this [...]

Maggie Moo’s Summer Stories

Hi, Maggie Moo back again. I know it’s a lot time since I last blogged but it has been such a fabulous summer, I just didn’t have time. We’ve had wonderful grass to eat and we’ve just come off a field of fresh grass seed (that means that the field was ploughed and grass seed was planted). We have all grown a lot and the farmer reckons we are about 270 kg now. We should be about 330-350 kg in [...]

Maggie Moo passes an important test

Maggie Moo here again 🙂 I’m getting really big and I’m really enjoying being out in a huge field with lots of lovely green grass to eat. We moved away from the field near the yard about 4 weeks ago. It was nice there as we could see the farmers working, we could see the cows going in to be milked and chat to them as they walked back to the field after milking. Sometimes the hens came up to [...]

Maggie Moo – a Spring Update From Garrendenny Farm

Hi, it’s Maggie Moo again, number 2014 in the Garrendenny herd. It’s been very busy lately, you wouldn’t believe the hard work it is being a calf. We have to sleep a lot you see. Once we get our warm milk in the morning, we have to lie in the cosy straw and sleep for a while. ?Then we have a skip around and eat some calf meal. There’s been lots of things happening on the farm too – some [...]