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This page details ways you can currently buy a scythe from us. We are constantly monitoring the Covid situation, following Government advice as it is given and following best practice to ensure our own health and that of our customers. Our current situation is as follows: Coming to the farm
Reducing Plastic Use In response to consumer demand, Schröckenfux are no longer adding the plastic guard to the end of their wooden adjustable snaths. This has led to a redesign of the clamp that attaches the blade to the snath. A comparison between the old and new designs as can
For those of you who have not come across it already, do pop over and visit the website of the Scythe Association of Britain and Ireland (SABI). The Windrow – a good read SABI produces a newsletter, called The Windrow. Interesting and informative, the latest issue and the back catalog are
Tethered mowing… scything out a labyrinth in Cae Top ahead of a camp at the Trust this weekend. The meadows are looking stunning and buzzing with bees of all kinds. We enjoyed trying out the new trimming snaths we have had made for us by David Keuglar (more information coming
The Scythe Masterclass 7th and 8th June at the Green Scythe Fair, Muchelney Somerset. The Green Scythe Fair is the highlight of the scything calendar for many mowers. The Scythe Masterclass happens in the run up to the fair. Phil really enjoys being part of the teaching team and we
A scythe and the right conditions can turn cutting grass from a chore to a joy The edges of our forest garden have been getting rather overgrown. I got up early to give them a trim. My effort was well rewarded. The early morning dew and a sharp blade made