Vicky's grateful to Lynda for the llama wool blanket. Mike's proud of Vicky for persevering with breast feeding Bethany and forgets his own tiredness. He's so happy to have a daughter and can't wait to show her off.
Ed tells David he simply can't afford the costs of the two-day sheep shearing courses available in May. David suggests contacting the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI) but Ed's reluctant to accept charity.
David shares his frustration at Ed with Ruth. They also discuss Freddie's recent success in his Maths test, praising tutor Ifty. Ruth reports Lewis and Bert's spat over the 'day in the life' project. Lewis got ahead in his research while Bert was away in Liverpool and Bert's not best pleased.
Jim's livid about the editor's changes to his Borsetshire Life article. During a calming walk, Lynda questions Jim about Liverpool and Bob Pullen's will. Scruff the dog discovers a badly injured badger. David arrives. He wants to get his gun to put it out of its misery, but gets into an argument with Lynda, who resolves to call Patrick for help.
As Ruth later guides Ed through his new dairy management software, David calls to complain about Lynda. This badger had better not end up back with them!
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