The temperature dropped from the 80’s to the 50’s overnight. The humidity is gone. The bees are moving slower. Full-on Fall color is right around the corner, but before it arrives, let’s take a walk among the fading greens…

by Josh and Brent

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Susan

Thanks for sharing!! I always enjoy seeing pictures of the farm and the goats. You guys are awesome. I shop your products online at Evine and am “Beekman head to toe” as you say Brent! I’m addicted to your beauty products. Best wishes, Susan.

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Barbara K.

Thanks for the ‘walk’ – I needed that! This past month has been very hectic and I love your farm. Hope to visit one day before I am too old!

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Ridia Beltran

It’s such a lovely place I love nature as a little girl I used to visit my great grandfather’s farm in the summer for school break your pictures brings me so many wonderful memories from those days, wish I could visit but I am so far away in Florida, love your products in love with your laundry detergent and your sweet grass products can’t wait for the return of your sweet grass essential oils, great job you guys I am also subscribed to your almanac and have some of your cookbooks you have a friend and neighbor her for life I also spread the love. Have a great winter and happy holidays!

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Beth Robinson

Thanks so much for the “walk” photos. How nice to find them in the midst of all the junk emails. Made my morning. Pictures from you always do!

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Barbara Santiago

As always such wonderful photos of your farm and all it’s glory and especially the goats. Thank you for sharing them! I so enjoy them. We’re originally from Ohio by Lake Erie, but now in Newport News Virginia. I do miss the solid four seasons in Ohio, we seem to have a longer summer here in Virginia. But can’t wait till fall sets in and the leaves turn. It’s a slower time of year to reflect and enjoy the holidays as well. Wishing you all a wonderful fall season and enjoy the fruits of your labor with all the abundance your farm has provided you. Many blessings to you!

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Lynne DiCenzo

Thank you for showing pics of the farm it just looks so beautiful. In Cali farms do exist but I am an east coaster at heart and really enjoy looking at your pics…..Happy fall…P>S. can you post more live pics of the cute goats? Love them

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Princess Maggie

Greetings from Washington state. Love your pictures. We had such a great time during Harvest Festival touring the farm and meeting the goats, Farmer John, Josh’s parents, Onder, etc. Hope you guys enjoyed the West Coast wine. Happy Fall!!!!

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Maureen Steffy

Hello form Texas, but I am originally from Wakefield, Massachusetts. I MISS THE 4 SEASONS!!!!! Thank You! with all my heart for the pics. It makes it easier to enjoy the holidays. Cider, YUM, YUM They sell apple juice in Texas and call it cider. LOL

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Yvette

thanks for the wonderful homestead shots……..you know how to capture the essence and joy of the land.These last days before colder weather sets in still provides many of garden tasks and enjoyment. Have an eggplant recipe that freezes well that Brent would enjoy.

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Christina Giordano

I was out your way this weekend – stopped into the Richmondville barn to do a little flea marketing. Got a nice wheat patterned Pyrex bowl and really enjoyed the drive. I live in Albany, but spent some teen-years in East Cobleskill. Originally a Long Islander, but always loved the country out your way. 10/8/17

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DOTTIEHOLMESJONES

i love all your pictures. it does reflect a friendly village & makes us fell like a neighbor.I LOVE YOUR SOAP. IHAVE DRY EYES WHICH CAN CAUSE MITES ON MY EYE LIDS. IWAS TOLD TO USE BABY SHAMPOO ONLY DID GET RID OF TIS CRUSTY LIDSWITH THE GOAT SHAMPOO. ALSO MY EYE LASHES GROW BACK..

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Barbara Buckley

Love the pictures looks like the apple trees survived Polkie’s onslaught! Miss her in these pictures but they are beautiful. Reminds me a little of my family’s farm in West Va. They didn’t have goats though. They had sheep. Hey speaking of sheep, what happened to Lady and Bah bah? Would love to see some pictures of them!

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Maggie

You guys are sweet as pie! Thanks for thinking of us. You’ve been busy with evine and new product roll outs too. Love the pictures!

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