June,… What’s New On The Farm?

Well, we can’t say we had a beautiful Spring this year: All seasonning planting and harvest were delayed by about 3 weeks due to the rain and cold days! We finally managed to make our hay (almost at the end of June!). Our son came to help us to put all the hay bales (44)…

This Saturday We’ll Be in: …Lansdowne (ON)!!

This Saturday, June 22nd, we’ll be in Lansdowne at their 4th Annual Textiles Festival, a place where spinners, weavers, knitters, rug makers, quilters and crafters get together to showcase their skills. It is open to the public (general admission is $1 per person) from 10am to 4pm. It is being held at the Lansdowne Community…

May,… What’s New On The Farm?

This year, Spring is really long to arrive. We are at the end of the month and we still have not planted our vegetables in the garden! And our neighbours are very anxious about their sowing as a lot of fields are still really soaked (tractors can’t come in) . As our growing season is…

April, … What’s New On The Farm?

That’s it, we can finally see the grass. The snow has melted. at last! At the beginning of the month, we had another snowstorm and freezing rain. Then the weather warmed up. Our daffodils bloomed. Now there is lots of rain and since we had lots of snow this year, the rivers and lakes are…

March,…What’s New On The Farm?

We had more snow this month. But you can see that winter is finally coming to an end. I had a nice walk with the dogs it was still cold enough that I could walk easily on the snow. But now temperatures are rising and the snow has started to melt. Our crocuses along the…