A wagon in the barn yard. Most Amish in this community don't have gas driven vehicles or farm equipment.
You will see quite a few horses since they are used to pull the buggies and wagons. This horse, which is almost the same color as the hay, has just eaten his fill from the hay stack.
A field of corn shocks that will feed their livestock through the winter.
A corn crib that holds the shucked corn. You don't see many of these kinds of corn cribs on most farms now.
This Amish farm had the neatest row of corn shocks. The row seemed to go on forever. It would be interesting to know how fast they are able to harvest their crops and stack the corn when they don't use modern equipment.
I want to go back to this community and get more photos and look up that general store I heard about. And stop in at one of the homes that sell homemade bread. The homes are big and well-built as are their barns. I will show a couple of the barns tomorrow.
Until next time...