A Year on A Dairy Farm. Part 1

A Year on A Dairy Farm. Part 1

i love watching your videos richard. im in ireland and going to change from beef to dairying. it must be hard for yorself and tom to make a living from the same farm.
Have you thought about making calendars
Very interesting Richard...and you have such a funny delivery !  Keep up the good work   John
I am sitting in my tractor and hedge trimmer watching you're video... and have to say really enjoyed it the talk and the pics.. I'll watch the other parts when they come out... but I for one leave new saplings in the hedge rows... doing my little part for the country side..
this was great!! cant wait for the next part! :)
Just got the book in the mail a few days ago and looking forward to go through it. Keep up the good work, Richard!
What a wonderful talk Richard! Looking forward to part two!
great video and funny and really cant wait for part two
Thank you for posting all these videos, much appreciated
thank you for this narrative Richard. I always enjoy your videos of a real working family farm. keep up the good work
Brilliant, can't wait for the rest :)
Great video Richard, looking forward to the other parts!
very funny! I can't wait for the next part :D
Great video Richard , I also farm but interesting to see how other farmers do the same jobs differently. Well done 👍🏻
Great family history, you should be very proud,well done.
Hi Richard one quick question would you advise young people now days to take on full time farming or a job in farming?
holy cow 1822. survived a war or two.
Lovely Richard 👍

"Happy anniversary darling" 😂😂😂😂
Great video Richard. Its funny even though I see all these things on a daily basis on the farm its great to see how others run their farms. I look forward to the next installment. Regards to you and the family
Good video

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