Gary McPartland of Hornington Manor near Bolton Percy holding two orphaned lambs.
“It needed a lot of work doing to it but if I’d dreamt it I couldn’t have dreamt it any better, even though at that time I’d never had any experience of livestock.
“Half the acreage at Hornington Manor is pasture land and half is arable. Everything we grow is here because it has some involvement in the fillings of Harrison Spinks beds. We believe the company is the only bed manufacturer in the world to have its own farm. Our arable crops are simply hemp and flax; and our livestock crop is quality pure grade wool from our flock of 180 breeding ewes.”