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Fall Photos from the Farm

Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

Double Brook FarmThings start to slow down just a bit here on the farm as the weather cools. For starters, you take the time to really notice your surroundings. And thanks to JK, we became aware of some surprise visitors to our farm. We hope they are looking for a nest!

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Double Brook FarmThe two jennys do their thing (which is mostly nothing), and primarily laze around.

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But there is some exciting news on the farm! Our farm manager, Brett Hansen and fellow farmer, Lindsay Modugno, are engaged!! Two great, fun people. Congratulations!

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