Vista Alegre Baserria Month by month in the farm
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Month by month

Each month is different on the farm

2022ko-otsailaWhat happened on the farm in Fbraury?What did the cows eat?On sunny days the dry cows and heifers were able to graze. We gave the milkers dried forage,...
2022ko-martxoaWhat did we do in March?We received our first visitors since the beginning of the COVID pan-demic. On March 3rd around twenty Secondary School students...
april-2022What happened on the farm in April?The weather has been very varied. We started the month with snow, frost and hail and then had a mix of sunny dry days...
2022ko-urtarillaWhat happened on the farm in January?The New Year got off to a rather a bumpy start. Fires are always bad news and we lost our hay barn full of alfalfa,...
december-2021What did we do in December?Once again, the local Food Bank had a special end of the year drive for donations, which are currently of particular importance...
november-2021What did we do in November?We were quite surprised to spot this beech marten (Marta foina) in daylight hours, albeit quite early. Martens are usually...
october-2021What did we do in October?Work on the farm carries on at its usual rhythm, with milking, cleaning barns and muck and slurry spreading.And, as usual we...
2021ko-irailaWhat happened on the farm in September?What did the cows eat?The cows were given grass silage, alfalfa, a little feedstuff and were also able to graze a...
2021ko-abuztuaWhat happened on the farm in August?The dairy had it's tenth birthday on the first of August. We celebra-ted with an anniversary meal.10 years on we now...
2021ko-uztailaWhat happened on the farm in July?Flower of the month: Hoary plantain (Plantago media)Hoary plantain is native to central and western Europe. Its generic...
2021koekainaWhat happened on the farm in June?Luckily three Friesian heifer calves were born in June, guaran-teeing a new influx of dairy cows in about 21 months....
2021ko-maiatzaWhat happened on the farm in May?What was the weather like?After a dry start to the month, which was useful given that we could make more silage, we had...

 
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Special corner for schools: visit our special corner for schools for special information about our farm and the farm dairy. There are resource materials for teachers. In this corner you can find out how to arrange a class outing to our farm.



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