repair or replace. . . what will be will be. Patina is to be valued.
But the face is red.
Makes his presence known every sunrise, and whenever else he feels like crowing.
. . . a door, small window and a bench with a hole in it. Humans get privacy.
The shovel stands ready for cleanup.
Saddle and wagon stand ready.
Farmhands regularly talked to their animals as they trained and cared for them.
This playful little guy continually scampered up a tall stump then leaped off kicking into the air frequently dispersing others from his area.
A determined peacock fought a gusty wind to display his iridescent plumage. For a moment we feared the wind might tip him over.
. . . even if’s not chocolate. Mulberry Farm offers “hands on” experiences.
A patio fronting a smokehouse and a barn offers a a pleasant respite for city slickers who tour the farm or rent its facilities for receptions
Mulberry Lane Farm had its beginnings in 1881 when John and Margret Prechtel built this sprawling brick farmhouse.. They established a working farm that stayed in the family until 2005 when the Keyes family purchased it and turned it into a “petting farm,” one of the many Green Meadows Farms located throughout the country.
For a visit to Mulberry Lane Farm near Sherwood, located about 20 minutes southeast of Appleton.