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What is the Cake House tea room?
The Cake House Tea Room is located on a working family farm in Dorset. The building itselforiginally a cow storage barn, where the road side window a hatch used to blow the feed in. The would be used to feed the dairy cows when they were milked and the garden area was the yard the cows would be let into after milking.
Why choose the Cake House holiday cottage?
Furnished and fitted with great care and attention to detail, The Cake House is a superb self-catering holiday cottage, perfect for a rural holiday by the East Yorkshire Coast. Mobility 2 rated for the less able – The accommodation is all on one ground-floor level.
What was the original purpose of the cowbarn?
The building itself was originally a cow cake storage barn, where the road side window was a hatch used to blow the feed in. The cake would be used to feed the dairy cows when they were milked and the garden area was the yard the cows would be let into after milking.
Can you feed cakes to cattle?
Ranchers often supplement cake through the winter as a protein source for their cattle. Not vanilla, chocolate or angel food, but rather, range cubes of cottonseed meal, sunflower meal or other sources. A protein source is necessary for digestibility of available roughage, though cakes offer varying levels of protein and palatability.