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Relaxed Farming: Our Farm in your Classroom

Relaxed Farming: Our Farm in your Classroom centres on the life on a Cornish smallholding over a 2-year period. There is a daily diary with photos and glossary that follows the lives and breeding of the smallholding animals: sheep, goats, alpacas, rabbits, pigs and poultry and vegetable growing in a polytunnel. There are photo stories that introduce various animals and a comprehensive food and polytunnel section. A major highlight are the videos that look at animal development, e.g. day-to-day (a video a day) development of baby rabbits and lambs and kids week by week. Other videos look at how free range poultry spend their days, noises on the smallholding, animals playing and so much more.

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