TV farmer Adam Henson reveals lambing dream
TELEVISION personality Adam Henson has revealed his lofty ambitions to achieve a 200 per cent lambing ratio at his Cotswolds farm.
Adam revealed his dream – for each of the ewes at his farm to produce two lambs – during a tour of his Cotswolds Farm to raise money for the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI).
The TV presenter, along with his business partner Duncan Andrews, gave a group of 100 farmers from as far afield as Devon and Yorkshire a tour of his 1,600-acre grassland, arable and livestock farm.
RABI chief executive Paul Burrows described Adam’s ambition as “truly inspiring”.
“Not only could guests learn from the diversity of Adam and Duncan’s enterprise and take back ideas for their own businesses, it helped to raise funds for our work with farming families in financial difficulty, for which we’re very grateful,” he added.