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.

♥♥♥The Kestrel Nest Camera is back up and running for 2017.♥♥♥

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


Current weather at 18:47 GMT on Wednesday 24th May 2017.
Current temperature: 17.6°C .  Wind Speed: 4.8kts. from the E.
There has been 0.0mm rainfall in the last 24 hrs.


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"Italians come to ruin most generally in three ways, women, gambling, and farming. My family chose the slowest one."
~ Pope John XXIII

 

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