Introductory Scythe Course The first Introductory Scythe Course of the year, Saturday 26th May 2018, is available to book now. Peening Workshop The first Peening and Sharpening workshop will be on Sunday 8th April. This is a great opportunity to get your blade ready at the start of the main mowing season. Blade Repair and Peen If you have worked your blade(s) hard over the … Continue reading Learn to Scythe and Learn to Peen in 2018
Due to demand, we have added an extra Peening and Sharpening Workshop on Sunday 10th September. The Peening and Sharpening workshop on Saturday 22nd July is now fully booked. Book for the September workshop, a great opportunity to give your blade an end of season MOT.
The “Mowing with Ease” workshop on Sunday 23rd of June is now full. Please contact us if you would like to be added to the waiting list. There are still a couple of spaces left on the Peening and Sharpening Workshop on Saturday 22nd June. Book soon to avoid disappointment!
The two day Improvers Scythe Masterclass is a fantastic opportunity to learn a lot more about the scythe and have some fun as well Why not think about coming along? There are still a couple of places left on this year’s Improvers Masterclass, held in Muchelney, Somerset. The course runs from Friday 10th June – Saturday 11th June, followed by the annual West Country Scythe Festival … Continue reading Improve your scything and enjoy the festivities
At the end of any cutting, you’ll be able to look back and say, “The mower’s done a good job.” And feel good knowing that the mower was you. This is just one of the benefits of learning to scythe given by Dafydd Cheung, who came on a scythe course with us in 2016. . We couldn’t agree more. One of the less obvious benefits … Continue reading Reasons to Learn to Scythe in 2017
Due to demand, we have decided to offer one more chance to come and learn to mow with us this year. Our last Introductory Scythe Course for 2016 will be on Wednesday 14th September. See this page to book. We still have places on the Peening and Sharpening Workshop on Sunday 18th September. This is a great opportunity to get to grips with the art … Continue reading Extra Introductory Scythe Course Added
Following on from good grass growing conditions in the spring we are doing well with our hay harvest. A heavier crop per acre combined with pushing the making during a good spell of weather in June means that the stacks have been pretty much full for a couple of weeks now. There is still room to squeeze a bit more on the top as the … Continue reading Wind blown windrows