Around Britain with a Fork

The first time I called Izzie Orr to talk about her geese, her mother answered the phone. "I'm very sorry," she said. "Izzie's asleep. I don't think she'd thank me for waking her up - she was milking at 4.30 this morning." The second time I rang, her mother answered again, and told me that Izzie was moving hay from one farm to another. The third time I tried, ...
... I finally got hold of Izzie - she was on a tractor doing something or other. Talk about multi-tasking. This woman has a work ethic that makes Stakhanov look like a shirker.
It turns out that Izzie doesn't just have geese. ...

Read: Matthew Fort heads to Norfolk for a crash course in geese farming; on The Guardian




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