The Maine
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Tag: cow

The Herd

ironmantra by Shannon Thompson We were rolling by 5 this morning, the light coming up just enough to brush the world with color, the air crisp and full of birdsong. There was little traffic on the roads, only a handful of builders in their pickups headed to early jobs, offering us a rare chance to talk a […]

Cow Trek

photograph and text by North Branch Farm After spending a few months in the back field with free choice hay and water, the cows made their annual 1/3 mile trek back to a pasture near the barn today. Its good to have them close by again! These are the littlest of the bunch. They are […]

Free For The Taking

an ongoing search by Shannon Thompson Chair, and also a small cow. Mt. Battie Street, Camden.

We All Have Our Reasons: #719

Recent Bangor Daily News photo and caption by Gabor Degre: Tyler Yentes of North Branch Farm carries a calf that was born overnight and was out in the field with the other animals. He said it was relatively easy way to get both the calf and its mother back to the barn. Tyler is in the […]

Maine Sprout

sketches by Colin Page On September 30 at 6:11am Elizabeth gave birth to our daughter. 8 pounds 11 and a half ounces. Everything about this experience has been amazing for me.

Maine Farmland Trust