Sunday, May 15, 2016

It Begins

What should we do next; the brothers take a breather and share their thoughts. 
It's time to bring some cattle over to our place; Scott is carrying stakes for an electric fence.
A mile north of our place is this farmer happy to be in the field.

1 comment:

  1. Your farm is so different than the farm I grew up on Kate! We were in Niagara and grew tender fruit, very labour intensive from March until the snow flew, then nothing. Tender fruit needed all kinds of specialized attention, each type of fruit had its own demands. We didn't have any field crops, crops that could be harvested with a tractor, everything was hand picked, and packed. There were a few tasks that a tractor could do, harrowing the vineyard rows. I love seeing how your farm works!


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