12th February 2016

A second poem from Rush Farm investor, Louis Hemmings…

We’re really proud to be sharing another poem from Louis Hemming, talented poet and Rush Farm investor: Down boreen a tired cottage waited, thatch tinted grey, […]
8th February 2016

Major (but short-lived) flooding, and one seriously MAMMOTH egg!

Only one place to start this week. After an equatorial down pour all day Saturday, by 10.30 in the evening the Bow Brook had spilled over its […]
5th February 2016

386 lambs predicted, flooded fields and a poem from an investor..

A couple of major events on the farm last week to report.. On Tuesday the ewes were scanned. This is an event that cause both excitement […]
29th January 2016

Frost (finally!), Worcester Roots & the sad loss of a guinea fowl..

                A special week in that we actually had two cold days together with a hard frost which made […]
30th November 2015

Weaning, WWOOFers & a wonderful visit from a children’s group.

Another busy week not helped by my asthma lingering! Others however worked very hard outside and I was at least able to complete anew paperwork for our […]
27th October 2013

Conservation: Brown Hairstreak Butterfly Eggs Sighted

Working within the Higher Level Stewardship scheme for the protection and conservation of endangered wildlife, we are incredibly excited that a few days ago first sightings […]
2nd October 2013

Mysterious fungi…

Our little farm update got a lot of attention yesterday, so we thought we would spoil everybody with another short and fun update From The Farm. […]
1st October 2013

Rush Farm Update: Inspections & Baby Calves

You might have seen our brand new Facebook page in the last few weeks. If not, you can access it here and see daily updates from […]
30th July 2013

New photo of Radio Times Cover 2/11/1951

Visit the history page to see a photo of the front cover of the Radio Times from the 2nd of November 1951. The cast are shown […]