Learning to Scythe in the Hay Meadow

Learning to scythe in the hay meadow

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Scything Courses

Peening a 75cm Profisense

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News

Scything under an Electric Fence

A throw back to May 2020, during Lockdown 1. Periodically cutting the grass along the fence line stops it touching the bottom…

Scyther’s Question Time

The Scythe Association of Britain and Ireland invites you to a FREE online Scyther’s Question Time Thursday 15th April at 6.30pm A…

Covid-19 updates

The current COVID-19 crisis presents us all with unprecedented challenges. We are monitoring the situation very closely, following Government advice as it…


Schröckenfux snath design updates

Reducing Plastic Use In response to consumer demand, Schröckenfux are no longer adding the plastic guard to the end of their wooden…

Preparing your new scythe blade

How to get your new blade ready to mow! All new blades come coated in a layer of lacquer to protect them…

The Scythe Association of Britain and Ireland

For those of you who have not come across it already, do pop over and visit the website of the Scythe Association…


The Austrian Scythe is a light and versatile tool.

It is quiet, requires no petrochemicals to run and is enjoyable and easy to use.  We use a scythe instead of a strimmer or mechanical mower for everything from mowing meadows to clearing brambles, with equal if not better results and no uncomfortable mechanical vibrations.

We would like to share our skills, built up from many years of using the scythe in our garden, around the smallholding, hand hay making, teaching, talking and sharing.

We run courses to get you started on your scything journey or help you as you progress. In our shop we sell the same high quality equipment that we use. Through this website we share information about many aspects of scything, hand hay making and hand farming.