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Season 2 / Episode 11 and airs on 24 February 2017 17:00
Explore the outdoor world of farming and the countryside with JB and Storm from Down on the Farm.
Series looking at what happens on farms. Storm goes to a farm in Yorkshire to find out all about goats. She also visits a big autumn show to see how harvest time is celebrated and to see some amazing fruit and vegetables. JB gets busy picking juicy plums and finds out what we can do to make them last all year round. JB shares an autumn poem, and we go to Cornwall to find out how sea salt is made from sea water.
Series looking at what happens on farms. Storm visits Pontefract in Yorkshire to find out how liquorice is harvested and then makes some yummy liquorice sweets. JB discovers how to grow and look after olives and also goes to a special farm in Staffordshire to help some children look after the animals. Storm shares an autumn poem and we take a trip to the Isle of Wight to learn all about beetroot.
Series looking at what happens on farms. Storm goes to a farm in Northamptonshire to find out all about the world's biggest birds - ostriches! She meets some children who are helping to plant hedgerows and wild flowers on a community farm and she also shares an autumn poem about hedgehogs. JB discovers how cobnuts are grown and gathered in Kent, and we see how straw is harvested and baled to make comfy beds for the animals on a farm in Alloa.
Storm visits Colchester to find out how farmers keep cows cosy in winter. JB goes to a gigantic greenhouse, the size of 16 football pitches, to pick juicy tomatoes. Some children from Stirling demonstrate a clever and tasty way to make winter vegetables last, and Storm shares a poem about a little bird. Finally, the team visit County Armagh to discover how porridge is made.
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