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Season 4 / Episode 10 and airs on 25 August 2017 17:00
Explore the outdoor world of farming and the countryside with JB and Storm from Down on the Farm.
Storm visits a farm in Scotland to help pick leaves for a delicious salad, while JB goes to a stud farm in Herefordshire to discover how they look after their horses and foals. Children at a school in Huddersfield show us how to make a hotel for summer bugs, we make burgers for a barbeque and Storm shares a summer poem about flying.
Storm goes to East Lothian where something unusual is growing - lobsters! JB discovers how computers and spiders help cucumbers grow on a farm in Essex. We meet some children from a beach club in Scotland who are combing the sand to help the wildlife, we find out how a farmer in Wales turns goats' milk into soap, and Storm shares a summer poem.
Storm picks beautiful summer flowers to make some tasty treats in Devon. JB visits a farm in Shropshire to find out all about their unusual crop - quinoa - whilst Storm joins children in Wiltshire who are working together to look after the farm animals. We see how farmers keep potatoes healthy in summer and JB shares a poem about growing.
Storm visits a farm in Somerset to discover how they train and look after over 8,000 chickens! JB goes to a hill farm in Yorkshire to lend a hand with their unusual cows and meets some children in Leeds who are building ponds to help the wildlife. We pick raspberries in the Scottish Borders to make some yummy ice lollies, and JB shares a summer poem about growing.
Storm helps pick lavender on a farm in Somerset and finds out how they make lavender oil, while JB discovers how pigs keep cool in the hot summer weather. We visit a festival in Herefordshire to see lots of funny scarecrows, Storm shares a poem about summer picnics and we learn how blackcurrants are made into juice drinks.
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