There is no question that it has been the mildest winter for us in upstate New York, but what will spring be like? The budding garlic is frozen in the morning and hot in the afternoon. I am afraid fast paced growth will be like a lesson taught from the tortoise and the hare. Speed doesn’t always mean the best outcome. However, we’ll let Mother Nature figure this one out ! The cashmere is fluffy and buttery, but not all of the herd is ready to let go of their fiber. Poor Olaf was combed last weekend and gave me his best fleece ever. However, he was shivering in the barn a few nights because of it. The extra bedding of hay allowed him a warm place to nestle. We are waiting for the results of our pregnancy test on our two does, Olga and Gwen. If pregnant we should have some kids to play with on the farm in June. The Sugaring Off Sundays begin tomorrow at the Farmer’s Museum. For anyone feeling the March dull-drums this is a great way to get your spirit into early spring . Our B&B Farm-stay is booking up for the summer and early fall months . We look forward to sharing the small farm experience with our guests!
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