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Author Archives: Joan Falcao
Vincent commandeered my camera from the world beyond to create this image to his liking.
May grazing… When the grass is fresh and lush and growing like crazy.
FINALLY!!! The cattle have been waiting for this all winter. Just recently, they have been watching the grass grow on the other side of the fence, while all they had to eat was hay. But now the grass is full … Continue reading
Such a joyful time to see the new calves suddenly appearing. They start out so innocent and will let you approach them and even pet them. But after a day or two, you will have trouble catching them. As time … Continue reading
What does “grass-fed” mean in the winter? The energy of the summer sun has been captured by grass and clover and harvested as baleage for winter sustenance. The cattle eat the hay outside and come back to the hoop barn … Continue reading
We just love fall grazing. The awful heat is gone, along with the flies. The cattle are (hard to believe) getting frisky. The cool grasses are flourishing again, with yummy clover pushing through. The skies are dramatic, and the fall … Continue reading
Our greenhouse cover could not withstand the high winds we experienced Saturday morning. The cover tore off on the leeward side and flapped for hours before dawn. The noise was so loud we wore ear protection while we cut it … Continue reading
A world of fashion opens up when your chicken likes you. My vote goes to Lorelei, but you have to admire Cole’s spirit. Lorelei goes on to hone her runway skills with other placements. photo credit: Scout Sullivan-Fielding
There’s so much to do in South Hero. So, four grandkids have come from Virginia and South Carolina for a week to visit. They can’t get enough of the animals. First it was a “name them and tame them” session … Continue reading
June 5, 2019 edition VT Digger article Q&A: New farmers in retirement: ‘The animals keep us young’. Article and photos by Anne Wallace Allen.