By Sophie McCandlish in The Yorkshire Post.
Over the past five years Lincoln Red cows have become a feature at Stockheld Grange Farm in Scholes.
The move to this particular breed which saw Roger Moscrop buy three heifers and then a further five within a week was inspired by his 24-year-old daughter Holly.
Holly, who suffers from Myalgic Encephalyomyelitis (ME) and Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (PoTS), which, she said led to her life being “knocked off my meticulously planned out path” runs her own digital platform, the onegirlandhercows website, alternately titled Ramblings of a Farm-bound Girl.
Holly said she knew she wanted to be a farmer.
“I’d grown up being outside with a love of all things four legged. Dad used to put me inside a hay feeder when I was little while he was handling calving so I could watch.
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