Seasonal news and updates from our historic working farm at the National Museum of Rural Life.
If you take a walk up to the kitchen garden you will come face-to-face with our resident scarecrow which has had a makeover. Take time to see the autumn foliage around the steading and the farmhouseWester Kittochside
The silage has been cut ready for cut for tedding, racking up, bailing and wrapping and will be stored until needed as feed in the winter months.
We saw Ayrshire calves and Aberdeen Angus and Highland cross calves arrive on the farm in 2021.
Georgina the Clydesdale, born in the summer of 2020 is growing up fast and is enjoying being out in the fields.Clydesdale horse
We welcomed new Tamworth piglets to the farm in 2021.Tamworth pig
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Header image: An autumn scene with geese in the field at the National Museum of Rural Life.