October,… What’s new on the farm?

The weather this month was quite calm, there weren’t any big thunderstorms, no huge winds and the temperatures began dropping slowly. We had some real frosts (down to minus 5) several times. The trees have lost almost all their leaves. The geese continue to visit on their way south but in smaller numbers. This time…

September, …What’s new on the farm?

Fall is here!! The geese are back. The mornings are foggy. The trees are slowly changing color and temperatures have started to fall! Earlier this month we sheared our Angora goats. Here are some pictures of them before and after. Fortunately, we were able to do it while we still had warm nights (above 15…

May,…What’s new on the farm!!

Finally!! The trees have their leaves, the grass is growing (we’ve had to mow it, twice!), birds are making their nests, flowers are out! Spring is Here!! All of our pregnant does have given birth. In total, there are 20 babies, 3 of whom need to be bottle-fed. You met Laurel and Hardi last month,…

March,…What’s New On The Farm!

Spring is quite shy this year, we had another snowstorm around mid-March !! But the good news is that the snow is starting to melt even if there is still a lot in some places. Some daffodils are starting to grow but unfortunately my crocuses suffered from the cold temperatures that we still had this…

February,…What’s New On The Farm!

Winter may not be over yet, but we can feel Spring is around the corner. Even though February didn’t have very cold temperatures, we still had some snowstorms and freezing rain. Here are some pictures of the farm after a snowstorm: the wind pushed the snow and designed small waves on it.On the driveway you…

October, … What’s New On The Farm!

Fall is here! Checkout the beautiful colors! With autumn come the geese. We have dozens and dozens flying above the farm. Animals, big and small, are taking advantage of these beautiful days before the cold of winter. Here some of the last bees collect from one of our Jerusalem artichokes’ flowers. Our baby goats sampled…