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Formerly a freelance shepherdess, there are now two arms to her business — breeding lambs that can sell for anything up to £3,000, and training and breeding sheepdogs.
A fully trained sheepdog can be bought for between £1,000 and £3,000. And she lives on the farm in a rickety house, ‘with no wires into it at all: no mains electric, no mains water, no gas’ — on her own.
‘I’ve got a big chest freezer and there are litres and litres of milk in there, plus meat, vegetables, just about everything I need. Well, you never know how difficult the winter will be! This weekend, for example, she had an ‘ideal night’ — a few drinks in the pub after a local country show. It was, after all, a split from her fiance that led her to take this jump.
There are ten houses plonked at the end of the road, along with a payphone that doesn’t accept cash and a small postbox. She lives deeper still in Nowhereland, four miles up treacherous track that is all but unnavigable in anything but a 4x4 — indeed most other cars leave with punctured tyres.
‘Well, actually, nothing to do with me, but we’ve just written to her to say that we are going to stop delivering to her door,’ says the postie.
That’s my goal, but we’ll just have to see what happens.’ But while she would love a man in her life, she genuinely seems to enjoy the solitude and simplicity of her life.
‘I think there are very few people who love their jobs.