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What's Happening On The Farm
The start of the New Year can mean focus, changing habits and planning lots of fun things. And it is no different on farms.
For sheep farmers lambing is just around the corner which brings new life. Cattle farmers are busy calving cows or weaning youngstock. Turkey farmers are having a rest!
The weather at this time of year can prove challenging with the possibility of rain and snow. This doesn't stop arable farmers preparing the soil for upcoming cultivations.
It is also a great time to tidy those workshops and for general maintenance around the farm.
Whatever you do this month enjoy the countryside safely.
The YoungStock is a print magazine for children aged 7 to 11
Inside the 32 pages are facts and stories on farming and the countryside.
There will also be regular features on wildlife crime and seasonal produce – with a fun recipe to try out.
We want to engage farming children to read factual content and for children from a non-farming background to be actively interested in our environment and food production.
The magazine will be addressed to them and when it comes through the letter box, they will want to explore all the articles.
The features will develop their curiosity and fine tune their reading skills. They will start to formulate opinions and learn about new topics. And of course, there is a page designated to our mini farmers too – with colouring and photos.
Here at The YoungStock we want to educate our readers about farmed animal welfare standards, food production, climate change and countryside issues in a fun and factual way.
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Reviews from our Young Stock Readers
“We received our first copy of The Youngstock, it is quite simply fantastic. Thank you for bringing something new, something real and educational to the table”
- SJ Bateman
“My two mini farmers haven’t put it down yet. I’m so impressed by the quality of the articles inside and how formative it is while still being appealing to a younger reader”