As winter draws in, Hugh has one major money-earner up his sleeve.
Hugh finds that one of his old ewes has died. It's a sad day at River Cottage as later on he sends off two of his pigs to the abattoir.
Hugh uses alternative tactics to win the Vegetable Challenge Cup.
Hugh gets to grips with some livestock problems.
Hugh has five days in June to make hay.
In Late May the vet has some bad news regarding the cow's pregnancy.
After several days and sleepless nights, Hugh's first ewe finally gives birth to twins.
It's February and while Hugh has survived the winter there's precious little to eat.
Hugh calls in a local farmer to help him.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's Dorset downshifting experiment enters a third year; building a high-rise chicken house.
Hugh's vegetable garden is in fine shape, so he decides to enter the competition at the local horticultural show.
Hugh comes to grips with country living in Dorset, but the animals give him considerable grief.
Hugh decides to plant an orchard and does a day's work picking apples.
At a Halloween party in Dorset, Hugh joins in the ancient game of Pumpkin Fettling.