Hay Day on the Farm

Hay is tricky, a large part of your success is dependant on the weather.  Hay needs hot low moisture days to dry, and if you remember there wasn't a lot of those days this summer. But we were still able to get through both 1st and 2nd cutting, and put up some good looking hay in the process.

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Deteriorating Barn in Macedon

I often pass this deteriorating barn in Macedon on Route 31 when I am out running errands. Precariously situated on the edge of Wal-mart sprawl, it silently sits empty awaiting it's…

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Late Fall around the Farm
Round Soybean Stalk Bales

Late Fall around the Farm

It seems like in Upstate New York Fall could almost be divided into two seasons. The bright pretty fall: And the "if it is going to be cold and miserable…

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Around the Farm Friday: Red Fox
Red Fox in Cow Pasture- Home in the Finger Lakes

Around the Farm Friday: Red Fox

Red Fox in the Cow Pasture Red foxes prefer to hunt in the early morning hours before sunrise and late evening, they often hunt small mammals and rodents. We have…

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Farm Life Friday
Black Angus Calf

Farm Life Friday

Farm Life We are now up to 6 calves. 6 of 30, it is still early in calving season and I am tired. I am spending around 3-4 hours a…

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