Next Episode of Down on the Farm is
Season 4 / Episode 17 and airs on 02 March 2018 17:00
Explore the outdoor world of farming and the countryside with JB and Storm from Down on the Farm.
Storm goes to Orkney to find out how salmon are farmed at sea, while JB discovers how a farmer in Gloucestershire uses a drone in autumn. We meet a family in Nottingham who are preparing a celebratory meal with fresh fruit and vegetables and we visit a farm to see how they make the soil healthier. Finally, Storm shares an autumn poem.
JB goes to a sheep farm in Gloucestershire to learn about quad bikes, while Storm and her helpers visit a maze to discover which crop it's made from. We see some amazing creations at a wood carving festival in Scotland and find out how oats are made into breakfast cereal. Storm shares a poem about the sounds of autumn.
JB visits a farm in Norfolk to lend a hand with the harvest and makes some tasty pear juice. Storm goes to Orkney to find out how wool is dyed, and we meet some children in Nottingham who are hunting for autumn tree seeds. We discover how a vegetable is turned into something sweet, and JB shares a poem about the colours of autumn.
Storm goes to Wales to help out on a farm that grows over fifty different types of holly. In Lancashire, JB meets some beautiful fell ponies who live out on the hills throughout the cold winter months. Some expert knitters in the Scottish borders show us how to knit with wool yarn, and we discover how a farm in Aberdeenshire uses energy to make electricity. Finally, Storm shares a poem about the month of February.
Storm visits a deer farm in Scotland and goes out at night to count wild deer with a very special camera. JB helps harvest some tasty winter vegetables at a farm in Northern Ireland. We meet some children at a community garden in Belfast who are picking and pickling beetroot, and we go to a factory to discover how to turn potatoes into crisps. Finally, Storm shares a snowy, winter poem.
Storm goes to a factory in Orkney to find out how they make cheddar cheese. JB visits a farm on an important day to help scan their pregnant sheep. We meet some children helping to keep their local canal clean by picking up litter, and we go to a factory to discover how baked beans are made. Finally, Storm and JB wrap up for a winter poem.
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