Nestled in a remote valley, between the National Trust’s Kingston Lacy and Crichel estate, lies Bradford Farm.
This stunning farm in Witchampton is home to farmer Harry Street and his 250 veal calves, flock of free range turkeys, herd of beef cattle and flock of sheep.
Before Harry, the son of a London stockbroker, left home for Newcastle University his parents bought the farm and decided to retire to the Dorset countryside.
When he graduated with a degree in countryside management, Harry seized the opportunity to persuade his parents to invest in his vision for an RSPCA Assured veal enterprise.
A year later in 2013, Harry started taking in his first three-week-old veal calves - otherwise destined to be shot - from local dairy farms.