March 18, 2018

Hi All!

It's been a while since our last post- thank you for staying patient with us and checking out this article! Today, we wanted to give you some ideas for your party! 

Why worry about the hassle of having 50 people over your house for your next get together or...

February 22, 2018

We've had a unique visitor to the farm the past few days. If you look closely in the video, you can see the white bodied Snow Goose with black wingtips flying amongst the Canadian Geese. During winter and migration, these snow geese can be found in plowed cornfields or...

January 5, 2018

At the end of our fall season, we hosted a baby shower under our new Pavilion! Michelle's family decorations were themed around her favorite childhood book, Where The Wild Things Are.

Here are a few photographs that we took of the event! 

To see more pictures...

May 17, 2017

If you read our last blog post, you'll know that we are here to try and explain the process of baling hay to the not so average farmer. In this post, we will explain to you, the first step in baling hay. 

Now that we have looked at the forecast and it shows a zero perce...

May 16, 2017

Timing is key. Timing is everything. 

A lot of factors go into the process of making just one hay bale. It isn't a quick process as some might think, no, it actually takes an average of three days. Why so long you ask? Baling hay is a match of science and art.

When the w...

March 22, 2017

Sad to say we lost this old man recently.. Bob, one of our 12 year old Jersey/Holstein Cows, was rescued from going to auction as a week old calf and brought to Castle Hill Farm where he lived out the rest of his very long life before passing peacefully on St. Patrick'...

March 6, 2017

On February 7th, we posted an article about "De-vined Clearings" and talked about our plan to clean up the overgrown hillside with it's vines, fallen trees, and overgrown bushes. Well, a lot has happened since we began this project last month! In these photos, (above a...

March 4, 2017

Newtown local, Charles E. Fadus, has been painting for years, and is still at it at 90 years old! Having grown up in Connecticut, Charles E. Fadus proposed to his bride, Jean at Fairfield Hills Hospital where she was working as a nurse. They, together, moved to Danbur...

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