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Pigs in the Sorghum Field… Fox on the Hay

Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

Double Brook FarmThe pigs are back on the other side of Hopewell and eating down the sorghum we planted for just this time of year. They’re a little camera-shy, but here’s some video of a few pigs. (There were about 60 pigs in the frame until the dogs started barking like maniacs!). Photo by JK

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQq1JLTQF4A

They have plenty of hay inside the barn to nestle in after mowing down the protien-rich plants and basking in the sun…

Double Brook FarmWe’re all bracing for another Arctic blast! And this day of sunshine afforded this fox to grab some rays and relax. Photo by JK

Our neighbor, JK, watched him snooze (ultimately out of the wind at the base of the bale) and then pounce on a rabbit for dinner!

Speaking of dinner…Are you done with your cleanse/detox/juice fast/elimination diet/spartan greens? Ready to RE-tox? Want to try some of the farm’s meats and produce as well as savory local cooking? Check out our market dinners at the Brick Farm Market!

Double Brook FarmThere is one this weekend (Saturday, January 17) highlighting the types of food that will have you thinking about a glass of wine and a chair by the fire. Click here here for more info on the ‘Winter Comfort Food’ dinner or to reserve a seat at the table, or click here to see all the dinners.

But don’t tell the pigs!

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