Beautiful November days on Inis Mór last week, and the Bloody Crane’s-bill, Geranium sanguineum, are still in flower. Cattle have started grazing the ‘Winterage’ – grass grown throughout the summer to make a standing crop which is then grazed by livestock throughout the winter.  This farming system allows the flowers to seed producing these magnificent species rich grasslands essential for the cattle’s winter diet.       Laethanta álainn Samhna in Inis Mór an tseachtain seo caite, agus an Crobh

Source:: Aran LIFE