Early Spring

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Spring is here, and we are all happy to be outside more.  Everything seems to be about preparation this week.  Preparing to send the animals out to pasture, preparing the garden for early crops, gathering the needed fencing and feed and equipment. Our ducks got held up in the mail again and only five were living when they arrived. Allie is their caregiver this year, and she is diligently keeping the last two alive.  We put our two older groups of cattle together without any excitement, and we have been keeping our eyes on the pastures to see when they will be able to handle the herds.

Grandmom visited and helped plant some pansies.
Grandmom visited and helped plant some pansies.
AJ turned 9 and is enjoying his birthday rocket.
AJ turned 9 and is enjoying his birthday rocket.
The introduction went smoothly.
The introduction went smoothly.
Luna getting to know Darth
Luna getting to know Darth
peas, onions, radishes, beets, early greens
peas, onions, radishes, beets, early greens
dad and daughter checking out the pastures
dad and daughter checking out the pastures
playing in the pond
Playing in the pond on a sunny day is so much fun.
This is Wild Woman's daughter and her daughters.
This is Wild Woman’s daughter and her daughters. Wild Woman got hit by a car last year, so we are happy that her daughter inherited her mothering skills.
Allie decorated the duckling nursery.
Allie decorated the duckling nursery. She tried hard to save the 5.

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very pregnant mama cat
The very pregnant mama cat that has adopted us is about to pop.

Rachel Perozzi

Rachel Perozzi

We raise Pasture Raised Chickens and Turkeys and Grass Fed Beef on our Farm in Upstate New York. Delivering to homes all over the Northeast every week.

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