Camden Haven High School agriculture farm is operating as normal despite the recent disruptions of the NSW lockdown

The agricultural farm at Camden Haven High School is operating as normal despite the recent disruptions of the NSW lockdown.

All the livestock are happy and healthy, even though they are missing the usual attention lavished on them, according to agriculture teacher Steve Shilling.

"Well despite the lockdown and remote learning life at the agricultural farm is still operating almost as per usual," he said.

"Our amazing agriculture assistant, River is keeping all the gardens maintained, watered and I'm sure you will agree that the grounds and lawns look fabulous.

"The new lambs are growing well and settled into the mob, the chooks are laying like there is no tomorrow and the cattle look great and will no doubt fetch a very high price.

"They will go to market before the Christmas break but we will make sure that the show team has a chance to say their goodbyes.

"I hope you enjoy a selection of recent photos as well as some taken earlier before remote learning commenced. The agriculture staff are looking to seeing all the eager 'aggies' back on deck as soon as possible."