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Kinnahaird Farm

Kinnahaird Farm Kinnahaird Farm based in Contin Strathpeffer.

Operating as usual

08/06/2021

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10-15 ton of whole barley for sale, bulk or totes

10-12 ton of bruise barley for sale, bulk or totes. Please pm me or call 07845 107415 🌾🌾

Photos from Kinnahaird Farm's post
15/04/2019

Photos from Kinnahaird Farm's post

Normal service can now resume!! Lambing and calving had to take a back seat today at Kinnahaird as one of the most impor...
11/04/2019

Normal service can now resume!! Lambing and calving had to take a back seat today at Kinnahaird as one of the most important jobs had to be dealt with. Planting of the early tatties. Hopefully they were planted the right way up!!

Hi-Health, Yohnes Level 2 acc, Double Bvd vac,  Bulling Heifers for sale at Dingwall on 17th April. Mainly Simmental x, ...
02/04/2019

Hi-Health, Yohnes Level 2 acc, Double Bvd vac, Bulling Heifers for sale at Dingwall on 17th April. Mainly Simmental x, some Saler x 5 at 18 month and 30 at 12-15 months.
Contact Mike 07845 107415

07/03/2019

Always be home for breakfast!!

Meet one of the latest additions to the team at Kinnahaird. This is Penny, it might be a bit against tradition but she’s...
14/01/2019

Meet one of the latest additions to the team at Kinnahaird. This is Penny, it might be a bit against tradition but she’s helping to gather the ewes in for scanning tomorrow.

It’s not easy being a single, working, mother of two!!
05/11/2018

It’s not easy being a single, working, mother of two!!

03/11/2018

October born calves having a rodeo

27/10/2018

Someone got out of bed on the wrong side this morning.

14/10/2018

Feeding time at the zoo!! Happy cows makes happy calves!! 🤣

Mmmmm, Mooo-sli for breakfast again!!
10/09/2018

Mmmmm, Mooo-sli for breakfast again!!

11/08/2018

Nothing to see here, just keep moooving along!!! 🤣🤣

11/08/2018

Happy Heifers with calves make for a Happy Mike!! 😎😎

Everyone at Kinnahaird would like to wish Billy Thow a very Happy 65th Birthday for yesterday and also to thank him for ...
20/05/2018

Everyone at Kinnahaird would like to wish Billy Thow a very Happy 65th Birthday for yesterday and also to thank him for the 23 years of service he has given to the farm, as he retired on Friday. We wish him all the very best in his retirement.

John P Clark Firewood will deliver their kiln dried logs free of charge on most deliveries. Call us on 01997 421375
02/02/2018

John P Clark Firewood will deliver their kiln dried logs free of charge on most deliveries. Call us on 01997 421375

Quality Kiln Dried Logs for Sale at Kinnahaird Farm. Enquiries Tel: 07919372294 or 01997 421375
29/01/2018

Quality Kiln Dried Logs for Sale at Kinnahaird Farm.

Enquiries Tel: 07919372294 or 01997 421375

Sunday shepherding
14/05/2017

Sunday shepherding

Well the time is passing swiftly and it looks like this is for real after all 🤣🤣 Things are slowly starting to take shap...
02/05/2017

Well the time is passing swiftly and it looks like this is for real after all 🤣🤣 Things are slowly starting to take shape. Busy last couple of days with the committee finalising plans. Here is a sneak preview of the posters.

For Sale Dingwall April 19
16/04/2017

For Sale Dingwall April 19

It may be a torrential day of rain but the First lambs of 2017 have arrived at Kinnahaird with a very wet but hardy, set...
08/03/2017

It may be a torrential day of rain but the First lambs of 2017 have arrived at Kinnahaird with a very wet but hardy, set of triplets. Let the fun begin!! 🐑💨

Photos from Kinnahaird Farm's post
12/02/2017

Photos from Kinnahaird Farm's post

Mooo-ve on! Am trying to feed the kids here!!
14/01/2017

Mooo-ve on! Am trying to feed the kids here!!

Welcome to Kinnahaird Farm host venue for Highland Sheep 2017. Please visit the website for more information regarding t...
13/01/2017
NSA Highland Sheep | National Sheep Association

Welcome to Kinnahaird Farm host venue for Highland Sheep 2017. Please visit the website for more information regarding the activities at Highland Sheep 2017. Don't forget to like our Kinnahaird Farm page.

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f the entire floor could flip safely depositing all the silage and muck into a hearth ? Edit
I'm designing for farmers at the moment with these designs but they could probably be applied to many buildings so have a read, it's fun, feel free to email them to farmers etc
At the moment I am focusing on farm barns and tools. I'm looking at applying kinetics and weight using movement and wave physics to do jobs usually requiring one man and his tool in horrible conditions.
This takes the job from the man, but not the man from the job.
The doors fill up with rainwater which is warmed by silage and pops in round out and up and scrubs the barn and floor while standing up to sweep and deposit the silage in an area used to generate heat and energy.
The key to the moment is the waterfall collecting in infinity pools in the roof, which lowers lifting all the grated paddocks etc up then assisting with water to create an oscillation using door panels which cleans and the tools will shovel and fork.
The new tack cleaning equipment is a cover which has bristles which contact with the saddle etc which fills with water and is connected to something allowing a very quick thorough clean. Does anyone manufacture something similar in Britain which could be applied?
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Susan Emma Allan
Susan Emma Allan as a budding designer with loads of products, this is my finest moment in many ways. it takes the man from the job, but not the job from the man. supervisor status is instant with this tool
a metronome works at different speeds therefore different forces are achieved.
a specially designed double sided spade supported on a frame or monorail swinging backwards and forwards into muck, and then depositing the muck in a supported synchronised container, does what it says. the manual labourer sets the tool up, and watches the muck being shovelled also available with scythes, picks and brushes and forks. based on my thoughts this will generate rather than require power due to the weighting of the tool – flick flacks – ask for more info
theoretically the finer points of sculpture could be achieved with a frame using the tools of that trade and it gets the same result every time because it is supported by a topiary sort of arrangement meaning it certainly would work for blocks and possibly really fine work also electricity free like a wind up hole puncher such as the sort that operates a puppet show or piano
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