Travel with a Goat

In an age of ‘isms’, ‘veganism’ must be one of the most topical and few words seem to incite such strong opinions, especially within the farming community. For me, one of the great positives about ‘the vegan movement’, if you can call it such, is that it is encouraging more people to think more deeplyContinue reading “Travel with a Goat”

Best Hiking Trails in Scotland – guest post by Paul McCormin

While there are numerous trails all over the world, Scotland, with its raw and scenic landscape, is one of the ideal places to hike as there are many different trails suitable for different types of hikers. Scotland constitutes over 800 islands with many beaches, pristine valleys, towering mountains and wild coastlines, so there are innumerableContinue reading “Best Hiking Trails in Scotland – guest post by Paul McCormin”

Meet the Farmers Goes North

Hello all and welcome to the new week. Wishing you all a happy and successful one whatever you are up to. I’m about to jump in the car and head off on my first ever road trip for Meet the Farmers. It’ll be focused mostly around south east Scotland but my first stop today willContinue reading “Meet the Farmers Goes North”

Reducing Carbon Footprints with Smarter Transportation Choices – Guest post by Tracy Plunkett

In 2017, the transportation sector emissions in the US surpassed emissions from power plants. It was a first since 1978. The trend may not seem as alarming to those who have been analyzing the transportation sector for the past five years. But the latest data indicates a much-feared shift. It’s important now more than everContinue reading “Reducing Carbon Footprints with Smarter Transportation Choices – Guest post by Tracy Plunkett”