Our sheep have now been moved to a new patch on the Snook, to target more Michaelmas Daisy. They are doing a fantastic job so far:
Here you can see very clearly the difference between where the sheep have grazed (on the right of the image), and the longer vegetation that was outside the pen.
A patch of Michaelmas Daisy (the bright green leafy plant) within the pen that has been throughly chewed by the sheep
Our cattle herd are also doing very well, lounging around in the dunes and grazing on rough grasses and Pirri-pirri bur. The old quarry provides them with a bit of shelter from the Holy Island gales and fresh drinking water.
Cattle herd in the old quarry