Spring on the farm

It’s been a long, cold spring, following a long, cold winter. We’re preparing for so many new things this season (erecting a high tunnel! Building our new farm store! Clearing new-to-us pasture!), and preparing for the same every year, but new again this season (honeybee nucs, piglets, everyone heading out onto pasture, fixing fences and remembering where all our winter-dormant muscles lay). It’s always utterly exhausting and invigorating in turns, but we’re so happy to be emerging from the dark and the quiet into the complete immersive, cacophonous experience that is spring on the farm.