Yesterday was a cold and dreary day here at the farm.  The guys went to start combining the canola, when the combine decided to break down.  Needless to say, not much harvesting was done yesterday.

With the looming threat of a frost overnight, I was able to finish harvesting the rest of our garden and apple trees.

Yesterday was also the day to move our cows to the next pasture.  We rotational graze our cattle herd during the summer.  Depending on the size of the paddock and how the grass looks, they get moved anywhere from 3 days to 10 days. With all the rain that we were blessed with this spring and summer combined with the lingering warm temperatures, our grass is still green and growing still, albeit slowly now.

Here are some photos from around the farm yesterday, enjoy!

Trying to figure out what is wrong with the combine

Checking out the apple harvest
Helping mom move cows
The pasture they came off of
Checking out the ducks on a small slough while driving to check cows