I have a tip for keeping your hands warm and dry in winter, without the need for huge bulky gloves. I use those acrylic gloves, the ones they call magic gloves sometimes, they are quite thin, but are warm and wash well, I buy a bulk box of latex gloves in large (I use medium normally), pull the latex gloves over the other pair and you have a way of keeping your hands warm and dry. The reason I like this method is you still have good movement and flexibility in your hands, I hate having to take off my gloves to undo gates or fiddle about with things that you have to do with thick gloves, when you are feeding and watering animals, your gloves often get wet and then you end up having to go in to warm up and change gloves. You can still do weeding and planting in the cold as well with the gloves.
All I need now is a good way to keep my feet warm. I have wellies and wear good thick socks, but my feet still get really cold, when the ground is frozen solid I have other boots, but everything is so wet and muddy at the moment it has to be the wellies, I tried neoprene inserts but they felt cold and slimey, anyone got any good tips for keeping the old plates of meat warm