Country Life

The cows have come home

‘My earliest memories are of the sensual synthesis of steaming cows and frothy milk’

THERE is a moment in every entrepreneurial venture when the agonies of planning a new business, the frustrations of working in a muddy building site and the yearning for it to be real are suddenly replaced with the fierce urgency of now —and there’s barely time to savour it because operational life is even busier than development life. Far from being an arrival in sunlit

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