Our brilliant Co-Farmer Kirsty has set up a blog to give an insight into our day-to-day on the farm. The articles and pictures posted on this page are from her own experiences and she hopes to make new Co-Farmers feel more secure on their first visit by relating to some of her own thoughts.
We have kept her description of what to expect when you first visit at the top of this page so it can be found nice and easily!
Over to you, Kirsty…
Whilst I’ve been in lockdown I was given the really great opportunity to hand rear 9 ducklings and 2 lambs ...Read More
Able Hands Together, a farm in Salisbury, providing transferable social and employability skills on the farm - plus pastoral and ...Read More
Hello I am Jenny-Jennifer and I am 27 years old. I started November 15th 2018. I have been going to ...Read More
Able Hands Together has purchased a David Brown 1969 vintage tractor. Our aim is to restore it as a group ...Read More