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Paddocks communal coach house

Not exactly a snappy blog title. Yes a large upgrade project completed to ensure that the coach house can provide groups with their own large communal cooking, dining and lounge area. Also created a new dedicated barbecue area, but that … Continue reading

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Wallaby Watch at Paddocks

Wallaby fun Wallabies well settled in and sister just shot some great photos of them so uploaded onto animal gallery. Moved everything around so most of the animals can enter the main barn. With this awful weather most of them … Continue reading

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Team Build Venues

When considering what type of venue to select for a team build event some considerations 1) Does the venue create a setting where the team will stay together in the evening or will they disperse to different bars or their … Continue reading

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Paddocks prep for winter

Getting ready for a predicted bad winter. The huge barn is being further divided into large internal animal enclosures so all the animals can experience great indoors whenever the weather is just too much for them. Brought all animals from … Continue reading

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Reindeer calving – Born to die

Oh heck. The time and emotional investment in these little reindeer calves is huge. The two hand reared calves are now approaching 3 and 4 weeks of age and had death scares with both of them. This morning the little … Continue reading

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Oh What A Day

There is an advert re family members sharing what their day has involved. Got me to wonder what my unfolding day would look like. Here is my yesterday. 5am up and cup of tea with milk and 2 sugars. Checked dogs, … Continue reading

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Paddocks Farm update

So angry with british telecom’s incompetence, poor customer service, indifference and bullying.  I am surprised they have survived. I actually feel I have to protect my business from them. Must have spent 120 hours plus over 3 years just trying to get … Continue reading

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Competition over collaboration

Feed time is where you can see real focus and committment to the task. The objective is simple, “how can I  access as much feed as possible?” The resource is limited and thus the benefits of competition far outweighs the benefits of … Continue reading

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Living with livestock

The Morning feed There is a symphony of noise, activity and expectation as I walk out the door (side stepping 4 cats who shadow me tripping my stride) to start the morning feed. Pigs squealing and grunting with delight, the … Continue reading

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