November Farm Journal

November has been a scramble to get ready for the winter, animal and human alike. Here are just a few photos from the month.

Pictured:

 

The first snowstorm is always surprising
The first snowstorm is always surprising
November in a nutshell. Freezing hands and freezing spray foam all day every day
November in a nutshell. Freezing hands and freezing spray foam all day every day
Fetching water from the spring for both humans and beast
Fetching water from the spring for both humans and beast

 

Buttoning up the pink palace (siding will come later)
Buttoning up the pink palace (siding will come later)
Caught red-hooved after sneaking through the fence to get the fermented baylage treats
Caught red-hooved after sneaking through the fence to get the fermented baylage treats
Umm....
Umm….

Not Pictured:

1. Having coffee the other morning we watched a buck pursue a doe just across the valley.

2. Wild turkeys have been roosting in our pine plantation, just above the chicken coop, which is really funny considering the turkey tragedy we experienced in the spring.

3. The amount of bacon we’ve been eating. That wouldn’t really be fair, but we hope you are enjoying yours equally as much.