Fosterfields, A Living Historical Farm, Part II

Sunday, October 23, 2011 / 14 comments

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.


  1. Caite@a lovely shore breezeOctober 24, 2011 at 10:39 AM

    a different view of our NJ that not many people know about. very nice.

  2. CalypsointhecountryOctober 24, 2011 at 9:57 PM

    Beautiful post.  I used to live in Morristown - great place!

  3. Both series are great. I particularly love the buildings in part I.

  4. Historical working farms are so cool - and that one is absolutely beautiful!

    Vibrant - and Goofy - Fall

  5. It is a beautiful place. I love Morristown, it's one of my favorite towns ever.

  6. Beautiful!Wish I were there!  No really farms have such a special place in my heart..

  7. Love all of these additional photos of the place... check out all the ducks! LoL!  It looks like a truly amazing place & I'm just delighted that you included both posts!  Thank you so very much!!! =)))

  8. Love that farmhouse! And what a nice little barn, with that lovely rock wall.


  9. Farms are so beautiful -- simple and basic. Back to nature.

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