“The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings.”

Masanobu Fukuoka, The One-Straw Revolution

Weekend Moments

It was a productive weekend here on the farm.
We took our last hay delivery for the winter...

lovely green grass hay.

We now have plenty of hay stowed away and are ready to face
just about anything that Mother Nature might throw our way.

As you can see... hay bales represent a new playground for the dogs.

They had a blast chasing each other around the pile of hay

It seems that for the time being, the freezing cold has left us.
We enjoyed a sunny 55 degree afternoon on Saturday.
I took a trip to the feed store and stocked up on horse feed, duck feed, chicken feed and scratch.
This is what happens when the turkeys see themselves in the shiny bumper of the truck...

Rain moved in on Saturday night making Sunday grey and damp.

No matter the weather, though, life (and play) goes on!

It seems that Chester has become the consummate photo-bomber:

And last... a little glimpse into daily snack times...

Look who is quite comfortable with the pigs...

Those who love me know that my kryptonite is glazed donuts.
We are lucky(?) to have several Amish bakeries in the area that make the best glazed yeast donuts.
Fridays are donut day... and I usually always resist the temptation to take the
drive through the...

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