It's one of those Marmite smells ... Some love it, some hate it. I'm in the first group
They can do certainly
It's very bright! Shining through the big ash tree branches
Busy-Lizzie says:One of the best pieces of fish we've had for some time came from Dove's OH's farm shop.
One of the best pieces of fish we've had for some time came from Dove's OH's farm shop.
A well trained dog should never ever approach a stranger without having been told to by its owner, whether it's on a lead or not
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Mine too - they were just about to flower before we went away at the beginning of September and are still looking glorious
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Hostafan1 says:.... Why can't they just be kept on a lead when in public places?See original post
.... Why can't they just be kept on a lead when in public places?
... and speaking as someone who's kept dogs for most of my life, proper training, proper training, proper training (for the owners as well as the dogs).
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We get quite a few dogs walking their owners past here and most seem very well behaved. One of the owners has offered to swap his Bassett Charlie for my car ... I am tempted .........
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It's a sign that the soil under your lawn is in good heart and is being aerated by the worms and they are dragging leaves down below the surface to add nutrition and improve the structure of the soil.
But as has been said, on a dry day deal with them with a stiff broom before mowing otherwise you'll get little muddy patches
Anything like any of the photos of badger damage here