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Dodge Farms, LLC. Photo Galleries
Some of our equipment
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Farm Life
Wildlife on the farm.
"Farmers Daughter" by Rodney Atkins
For more pictures of our operation, go to the Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter pages.
Versatile tractor
John Deere loader tractor
Building a house for the new grain dryer.
12 row planter
Eastern Kingbirds
Rose-breasted grosbeak
This baby goldfinch had just fledged out of it's nest.
Nuthatches are fun to watch because they can climb up and down everything and even hang upside down.
Snow geese settling in for the evening during their spring migration.
Baltimore Orioles built one of their unique nests in on of our trees.
Monaarch butterfly
Painted Lady butterfly
Black Swallowtail butterfly
Red Admiral butterflies are unusual in this area but the spring weather patterns changed their migration route and brought them here.
The squirrels get as much birdseed as the birds.
Fawns are regular visitors.
Deer running across the snowy field.
The chipmunk is cleaning up under the bird feeder.  There is a whole family that chases each other around.
The foxes are a rare sighting.
The common redpolls came to visit for the winter.
The redpolls come in huge flocks.  We counted 65 one day.
the redpolls are very friendly and will eat out of our hands.
They will also land on your head!
The kids love playing in the creek.
Giant sunflowers
Planting flowers is one of our favorite spring traditions.
Sunsets are beautiful out here on the farm.
Autumn color on an Indian summer day.
Annual tractor pull.
The strawberry blossoms.
planting potatoes
my poor rhododendrons got caught in the April snow storm.
pouring the concrete for the new grain bin foundation
concrete and re-bar
smoothing out the air bubbles
going up...
Ladder coming up to halfway
The finished grain bin, on the left.
view from halfway up
Building the new grain bin.