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Fall is in the air

As the cooler days are coming, Fall is in the air. The crisp of the air hints at the arrival of fall. Leaves on the trees are changing color as the days get shorter. The leaves falling bring a nice soft sound to the one that walks through the grass. With canning season approaching a stop, it is nice to have a break from spending hours canning. Fall is one of the many favorite seasons. The autumn colors are bringing transformation to the farm as the green leaves are turning to orange-yellow color.


The smell of Apple pie baking wafts through the air as the earthly scents of goats play in the meadow. Their soft bleats and mischievous antics bring joy to our hearts. As you tend for the goats you can't help but notice the bountiful garden that is coming to a close for the season. The many vibrant colors of zucchini, squash, tomatoes, green beans, and many more bursting with flavors of goodness. The garden provides a beautiful backdrop to the farm view. With your basket full of veggies you head back into the house to the smell of apple pie still baking in the oven.


The warmth of the kitchen, the laughter of loved ones, and the simple pleasures of farm life make this day one to remember, a harmonious blend of nature's gifts and the joys of togetherness.


1. Harvest time, is a time to gather the pumpkins, apples, soybeans, and various different veggies. Fall is the most crucial time for farmers as they reap the rewards of their hard work throughout the whole year.


2. Fall Activities, many farms open their farms to the public during in fall. They offer activities like picking pumpkins and visiting apple orchards, corn mazes, and hay rides. Families treasure the memories of the fun they had in the fall.


3. Baking with Fresh Produce, Fall's harvest provides an abundance of fresh ingredients for baking. Apple Pie, Pumpkin Bread, Sweet Potato Casseroles, and canning to preserve for the winter month are the most important things on people's lists to do.


4. Fall decorations, Pumpkins, gourds, and cornstalks are not only used for baking but also serve as decorative elements around the farm and homes. Carving pumpkins is a beloved fall tradition.

5. Warm Comfort Foods, as the weather turns cooler, farm families often turn to hearty, warm comfort foods. Soups, stews, and casseroles made with farm-fresh ingredients provide nourishment and comfort during the fall season.


Farm life in the fall is a busy but rewarding time, with the bountiful harvest and the beauty of autumn serving as major highlights. Baking with fresh produce from the farm is a cherished tradition, allowing families to savor the flavors of the season and create delicious treats to share with loved ones.


We hope you have enjoyed this piece written by our new employee and guest author Ashley Mast. You will be hearing more from her in the upcoming months. And our plans are for her to service our guests at RGM Farms will food selections and other handmade items.




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