There is nothing more special than welcoming calves to our barns. Witnessing newborn life in its most pure, innocent and vulnerable form is an experience that sticks. Visitors to our barns and nursery often ask how the animals so quickly adapt to their new surroundings. Almost effortlessly the calves learn about behaviors, eating and most importantly, safety. Quite simply, calves (along with our other farm animals) learn by observing their Mothers; in some cases the “Mom” is a member of our trusted barn crew. We believe our calves if guided and nurtured properly will most likely reach their full potential. We feel as strongly about children as well.
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After his first publication—the poem "Awake! Young Men of England", published in the Henley and South Oxfordshire Standard in 1914—Orwell continued to write for his school publications The Election Times and College Days / The Colleger .  He also experimented with writing for several years before he could support himself as an author. These pieces include first-hand journalism (. 1931's " The Spike "), articles (. 1931's "Hop-Picking"), and even a one-act play— Free Will . (He would also adapt four plays as radio dramas.)