2019 Farm tour of Ireland, Wales, England & Scotland – F.A.Q.

March 20th, 2019

Have you ever dreamt of a relaxing trip around Britain’s iconic rural landscapes – off the beaten track as well as to famous locations? En route enjoying great food and interesting conversations with locals involved in agriculture, as well as other farmers on the tour? Visiting a great variety of ag-related and cultural highlights? From […]

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Rural travel around the British Isles – 2018

August 19th, 2016

You’re invited to embark upon a once-in-a-lifetime fantastic journey around rural Ireland, Wales, England and Scotland, in the company of a great group of fellow travellers, from 17 July to 13 August 2018.  We’ll be attending one of Britain’s best agricultural events, visiting interesting farms and meeting a variety of  locals involved in agriculture (farmers, […]

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Quadrant farm tour to Ireland, Scotland and England in August/September

October 25th, 2013

Still sorting the (thousands) of photos I took on this fabulous tour.  But couldn’t resist quickly posting a few of my phone pics today.

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Agricultural Travel to Ireland, Scotland, Wales & England

August 27th, 2013

*UPDATE* The July-August 2018 ‘Paddock to Plate’ farm (& photography) tour of Ireland & the UK details can be found on this blog page. 2013 tour details: Kerry Moss and I are taking a Quadrant Agricultural Tour to the British Isles in late August, until late September.  We’ll be zig-zagging over farms and memorable sites in […]

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#Peasenhallpigs – A tide of change against the noisy minority

March 10th, 2013

Peasenhall Primary School in Suffolk, UK, has developed a scheme to educate students about where their meat comes from by raising pigs.  Fairly predictably, there has been an abusive outcry from vegans/animal rights extremists. Organisers received 400+ derogatory emails, calling them ‘child abusers’, ‘pointless mothers’ etc. Nothing especially unusual about any of the vitriol, unfortunately. […]

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