Spring Green

It’s officially spring, and the farm really comes to life. I love that first week when the pastures turn from brown and scruffy to that spring green, showing the first signs of new growth and new life. As the sun sets later, the evenings bring new fun as we all play until the sun goes down.

And on the farm, there’s never any shortage of work that needs to be done. We approach projects in stages. We’ve started a number of projects from planting our garden (with the help of Charley and Henry) and planting pollinator habitat around our ponds. These projects are not one-and-done. They require care and attention throughout the summber months, be it in the form of weeding and watering or in fixing fence to keep the cows out.

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