Dogs are allowed in all areas of the pub and garden, with the exception of our restaurant where this is restricted to working dogs only (or private functions)
Nearly all breeds of sheep are prone to primary fly strike. This is where the blowfly lays its eggs in the fleece of healthy sheep, the eggs turn into maggots and the maggots cause a severe skin lesion which can often prove fatal. There are three important steps to prevent… read more →
There are two main methods of synchronising heifers. The first involves giving a prostaglandin injection, serving observed heats and then giving another prostaglandin injection 11 days later to any that haven’t been served. The second uses a progesterone implant (PRID) and a prostaglandin injection. When we use this protocol we… read more →
GENERAL FACTS There are estimated to be approximately 2 million pet rabbits in the UK. There are over 500 varieties of rabbit and they can vary in size from the Netherland Dwarf at approximately 1kg to the Flemish Giant at approximately 6kg. Rabbits usually live to 7 or 8 years… read more →
Walks for dogs around Horsey Mere (part of the Norfolk Broads) and down to the beach large beer garden. Dogs are allowed in the bar but not in the restaurant area but customers are welcome to eat in the bar.
Lovely views from the beer garden across Hickling Broad. Dogs are allowed in the bar but not in the restaurant area but customers are welcome to eat in the bar.
Guinea Pigs are sociable and clever animals which make good pets. They rarely bite or scratch, however if allowed to escape or are frightened they may run around at fast speed making it impossible to catch them. They deserve consideration and commitment. They have the Latin name Caviaporcellus which means… read more →
There are two main things that we encourage people to vaccinate cows for. The first is BVD. This is a complicated virus that causes abortion or the birth of a calf that is persistently infected and will infect other cows. Once the disease has got into your herd it can… read more →
The answer is nearly always yes! Pneumonia is normally caused by one or more viruses that weaken the respiratory system and let bacteria grow out of control. This infection makes it hard to breathe, causes a high temperature and will put cattle off their feed. Once the lungs have been… read more →
Dogs are welcome in the bar and bar dining area and of course in the gardens and outside areas. We only ask that, if booking a table to eat, customers mention they are bringing a dog so that a suitable table can be allocated.