The Galloway Goulash
A tasty, no hassle, slow cooker special shared with us by one of our loyal customers, Keely Galloway … Enjoy in front of the fire with a glass of your favourite red, or together with the family after a long day at work … Or both!
Descried by Keely as ‘the MOST delicious goulash’ – Enjoy!
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Don't you just love Autumn and the beautiful misty mornings an evenings! Keep up to date with all our latest photographs of the farm by following us on facebook and twitter. With the weather turning colder and the grass growth slowing right down we have started to bring the cattle back into the sheds for the winter. During the winter months they will be bedded down on lovely clean straw to sleep on and fed on a diet of grass silage and hay. Grass silage is grass which has been cut in the summer and then bailed up into large round bales before being wrapped in black plastic. By wrapping it in plastic it ensures no air can get to the grass and means that the grass ferments making it lovely and rich for the cattle to enjoy eating. It has quite a pungent smell to it but the cattle really do love it! By feeding them this we ensure that the cattle maintain a grass diet all throughout the year.
A firm, family favourite perfect for midweek dinners. Sure to be loved by adults and children alike. Plus our beef mince really does make it extra special!!
The cattle really have looked a picture over the past month or so, roaming around the fields enjoying the sun on their backs. The calves continue to grow, feeding off their mothers as well as eating the grass. Over the course of the past month some of cattle have been moved into new fields with fresh grass - they absolutely love this! It is always a pleasure to see them let into a new field and gallop off across it with the calves chasing along behind!
Harvest is now well underway here at Rectory Farm thanks to a decent run of fine, sunny weather. We have finished harvesting our Spring Barley and have had seven lorry loads collected from the farm already.