Yes one of the larger snowfall events here in a while. Echo the mini horse not impressed
This 200 + year old farm includes what may be the oldest farm house in Coldenham, there is a deed from 1820. Being carefully restored and appreciated.
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Old farm properties in the region usually harbor some towering ancient apple trees, providing the deer with plenty to eat, usually every other year. This farm property did and also sported at one time a small peach orchard, remnants and some tree trunks were found in the overgrowth. And we also found a pair of ancient Osage Orange trees. So it’s only fitting to pay it forward by planting new apple and peach trees, the osage orange we’ll pass on. But we have welcomed Harrisons and Arkansas Blacks, some pollinators and plenty of easy to handle, I hope, red haven peach trees.
As for the deer, there seem to be plenty of old heritage apple trees around to keep them well fed every fall, while the turkeys go for the chestnuts.