Our New Zealand Farm

Our farm is at Hunter, just off Highway One,
210 hectares of land fed by wind, rain and sun.
It is nestled within the Hunter Hills shadow
Our 96 year old wool brand completing the logo.
The management team are Barley and Pup
The Farmer’s included just to have some back up.

Over 400 sheep and 60 beef cows,
Provide some of the work for a few of the hours.
September arrives and it’s the start of Spring.
New born lambs and calves a wonderful thing.
Sheep shearing takes place two times a year;
early July then December, before New Year’s cheer.

Each sheep produces about 2kgs of wool,
the farmer weaves into blankets, soft warm and beautiful.
Visitors are welcomed from all around this planet,
to relax and enjoy the lifestyle we inhabit.
Rustic, eco and friendly is your stay in The Shed,
the picture below kitchen, living room and bed.

Cooking and creating are also included,
and driving the quadbike it won’t be excluded.
Fresh eggs, milk and bread are always provided,
and vegetables as well just digging required.
Sunrises and sunsets are a fantastic sight,
with night time delivering a starry delight.

So add to these pictures with your personality and time,
washed down with music, conversation and wine.
So call us to visit we assure you of fun,
Our home it’s at Hunter just off Highway One.

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