Letham Shank Farm, an Arable Farm in Northumberland.

 

Letham Shank Farm
is a Mixed farm on the banks of the
River Tweed in North Northumberland, England.

A variety of crops are grown, including Winter and Spring Barley, Canola, Winter and Spring Wheat and grass

You will find details of cropping, machinery used and a diary of the farming year, with a selection of images, where I hope to provide information about farming, food production and wildlife.

Full agronomy records of herbicide, fungicide, growth regulator and fertiliser applications may be viewed from the 'Maps' page

View current weather conditions or search weather records and information dating to 1995 for this location. The Live Web Cam is available here.

♥♥♥Back for 2016! Live Kestrel Nestbox Camera.♥♥♥


Current weather at 9:39 GMT on Tuesday 3rd May 2016.
Current temperature: 8.1°C .  Wind Speed: 20.1kts. from the WSW.
There has been 0.0mm rainfall in the last 24 hrs.


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"A weed is a plant that has mastered every survival skill except for learning how to grow in rows."
~ Doug Larson

 

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