Delighted to see our scrummy free range pork back from Mull today. All for sale, limited joints, lots of sausages, bacon back next week. Fill your freezers .. <g>
Contact for collection /local delivery arrangements. Please share with friends and family.
These 2 were locally born and raised with us all winter helping to clear different areas of ground around the farm. Happy, healthy lovely girls made wonderful meat. ● Joints ○ Sausages ● Chops ○ Bacon ● Steaks ● Ribs
We will have scrumptious Free Range Pork
Fresh IN TODAY – 31st March 2020 …
Locally born weaners raised with us on free range with a deep straw bed and lots of cuddles until their short last journey to the lovely people at Mull Slaughterhouse.
We are delighted to welcome our Alexander technique teachers to the Oban area again this year.
We start with Judy Palmer in March
Please book early so our teachers can plan their time during their stay. Feel free to get in touch to learn more about the lessons and to book.
Lessons are individual, although if you have a group who would like to talk to a teacher please ask.
Another blossom in full bloom.. so important to have flowers all year around, for our insects, this is especially important for the native mason bees. With the weather getting milder, it’s wonderful to know there is a ready source of food for early emergents. #flowersofinstagram #shrubsofinstagram #pieris #pollinators #masonbees #beesofinstagram #farmingwithnature #naturefriendlyfarming #kintaline
Losing a loved one is the saddest time, and remembering those who have passed before. A natural, local, home grown, long lasting wreath lovingly hand made is a beautiful tribute. Seasonal blooms or personal flowers can be incorporated. Local delivery available.
Funeral and memorial wreaths : handmade to order : a zero carbon all natural way to remember loved ones at the saddest times. Multiple species harvested from our own land, changing seasonally. Including Rosemary for remembrance. Personal flowers can be incorporated. Message / email for details
Storm Brendan might still be howling around having kept us all awake all night but looking forward to the coming growing season makes everything worth while. This “half tunnel” was made up using old tunnel hoops against a building to create an easy working space. The tables are sand covered in thick coffee that worms love but slugs don’t! It could be tidier !! and all our equipment is very ancient .. root trainers are wonderful for the broad beans and early peas and these are at least 20 years old !!
sourced from the Woodland Trust’s Nature Detectives resource this is a wonderful chart to ID trees in the winter.
Really chuffed to say we have at least one of each and every one of these here at Kintaline
Creating a Living Larder : Food, Fibre & Fuel from a few acres in North Argyll