Fall update
by Pete on November 19th, 2013

The hurry of the growing season is slowly coming to a close.  Frosty nights and frozen hoses are now the norm and we are putting the last of the summer gear away as we get closer to our first snowfall.  It's been a wonderfully productive season with lots of changes at our new home farm in Sudbury.  We've created all new infrastructure, installed a small high-density orchard and have been clearing overgrown fence lines and removing invasive species from the property.  Looking back, we have accomplished a great deal and are proud of the improvements to the land.  Ever the case in farming, there is still much to do!  We are about to install another, smaller, greenhouse to house the laying hens and rabbit herd  during the cold winter months.  And we have yet more land to clear and improve...on and on!

Backyard Baby farm training begins...

There is no time like the present to introduce our beautiful son to the happenings on the farm.  We caught up with the Jamaican guys from Verrill farm picking pumpkins in October and posed for a few photos.  Then it was on to the farm critters - pigs, goats and turkeys....  Hopefully next year he'll be able to control his arms enough to collect eggs!

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