Next Episode of This Week on the Farm is
Season 2 / Episode 2 and airs on 25 February 2021 20:00
Helen Skelton and Jules Hudson present a show in which farmers document their lives.
Rob and Dave go in search of a new Shetland stallion, help a newborn Highland calf that is struggling to feed, and give an Alpaca a summer haircut. Away from Cannon Hall farm, a harvest in underway in Lincolnshire of one of the nation's favourite vegetables - but it is a more complicated procedure than most people think.
An orphaned goat from North Yorkshire is in need of a new home, and Rob and Dave decide this would be a perfect companion for their own hand-reared goat kid Millie. Jules Hudson takes a trip to Kent to meet a farmer who specialises in growing unusual vegetables, while Julian Norton from The Yorkshire Vet joins the team to demonstrate the art of blade shearing.
Helen Skelton and Jules Hudson present the final episode in the show in which farmers document their day-to-day lives. A vet comes to Cannon Hall farm to determine if Jeremy the bull has impregnated any cows. Rob and Dave try their hands at making a traditional Yorkshire tipple and take a trip to Whitby to catch some fish. Plus, The Yorkshire Vet's Julian Norton demonstrates traditional sheep shearing methods and farmers in Kent race against time to harvest a crop of rapeseed before the weather changes.
Helen Skelton and Jules Hudson follow the daily lives of farming brothers Rob and Dave Nicholson at Cannon Hall Farm in South Yorkshire. It's a race against time for Rob and Dave as they try to catch their wayward cockerels before chicken lockdown commences due to an outbreak of avian flu. JB Gill visits a dairy farm in Lincolnshire to meet the cows who live a life of luxury and produce milk to match.
Helen Skelton and Jules Hudson follow the daily lives of farming brothers Rob and Dave Nicholson at Cannon Hall Farm in South Yorkshire. With British farms facing their coldest winter in years, and with a blanket of snow covering Barnsley, Jules pops in to lend a hand. This gives Rob and Dave a chance to dust off their trusty 120-year-old sledge to see if it still goes as quickly as they remember. The snow doesn't hamper JB Gill's investigation into how rhubarb is harvested, as he discovers a time-honoured method of growing fruit by candlelight.
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