Fosterfields Living Historical Farm in Morristown, New Jersey is a beautiful place to visit. Yesterday I explained the history of Fosterfields. Here are a few more photos.
In first photo above are corn cribs, used for storing and drying field corn, which is eventually fed to the animals.
The next two photos are cornfields.
The first photo below shows the ensilage pits. Ensilage is livestock feed made by chopping green corn stalks and storing them in an almost airtight environment.
The farm superintendent's home, the 1920's farmhouse:
Walking the cows home:
To read my first post on Fosterfields, click here.