Yes, we have several fields of Lupins and wheat on the farm walk just now. It’s not just because they are pretty, after flowering, Lupins produce protein rich pods that cattle love to eat. What’s more, Lupin roots are very good at adding nitrogen back into the soil, so the crop doesn’t need fertilizer and leaves the soil fertile for the next crop. All this and more you can find out on Andrew’s farm tour at Great Trethawle…..or just admire the cure calves and have a picture taken in the tractor! The choice is yours.