Farm Life Fridays: Capturing the Season’s Beauty

This weekend we are expecting the best of the Fall colours - but it won't last long! Pretty soon frost, rain, and wind will leave the branches bare - so don't wait - this weekend is the perfect time to drive out to Forsythe Family Farms 2009 Inc and enjoy the quiet and colours of [...]

By |2017-05-17T15:40:23-04:00October 21st, 2016|Farm Life Fridays|0 Comments

Farm Life Fridays: Harvest is Happening!

Yesterday, (Sept. 22) was the official first day of Fall and hopefully you were able to enjoy the Harvest Moon last week. If you're not familiar with that term, a "Harvest Moon" is the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox. Before artificial lighting, this moonlight was very important to farmers as they could continue [...]

By |2016-09-23T16:18:50-04:00September 23rd, 2016|Farm Life Fridays, Uncategorised|0 Comments

Farm Life Fridays: Fall Decor Welcomes Winter Squash

Even though it doesn't quite feel like fall just yet, it's right around the corner. Fall is associated with Harvest, and of course Thanksgiving. If you're planning ahead (it's only a few weeks away!), you can put in your order now for a Thanksgiving turkey. Forsythe Family Farms 2009 Inc has naturally raised turkeys on the [...]

By |2019-08-11T10:36:26-04:00September 9th, 2016|Farm Life Fridays, Uncategorised|Comments Off on Farm Life Fridays: Fall Decor Welcomes Winter Squash

Pumpkins, Apples, Food and Fun equals Fall

Fall is not only beautiful with the leaves changing colour, it is fun and delicious. The colours are at their peek and driving down our lane takes you back to the beauty of the country. Traffic and worries can be left behind. The apple and pumpkin crops have been good this year. The Mutsu and [...]

Giving Thanks for the Harvest

Each season has it's own special crops that we look forward to with eager anticipation. Nothing quite compares to the fall. The cooler weather stimulates our appetite and we look forward to cooking all our comfort foods once again. The gleam is evident in children's eyes when they see the pumpkins in the patch and [...]

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