The days have gotten shorter and our 'busy' season has come to a close. We've been winterizing the farm, tucking away all the broiler pens till next spring. The turkeys, cows and our new layers (not yet laying) have been keeping our attention but things are definitely quieter. Which gives way to more time to think and reflect on this almost finished growing season. It's definitely been the best one yet and our hearts are overflowing with gratitude.
Grateful for this land, both productive and wild, with so much potential just waiting to be tapped into.
Grateful for our animals who grace us with their presence and peaceful spirits, bringing us joy, connecting us with the natural world around us, and ultimately nourishing our bodies.
Grateful for our faithful customers, some of which have been with us since day one, as well as new faces each day that are seeking out the most nutritious, responsibly raised food possible.
I can't help but recall this time last year, a period of such great uncertainty and angst as we struggled to finalize the farm purchase, which makes us all the more thankful and counting our blessings.
From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for being a part of our farm community and joining us on this journey toward a new food system.