The spring is the most active season at the farm. In late March and early April, the chickens, lambs and piglets are all born. The cows are born throughout the year, with most them in the spring. The animals stay in the barn until the weather is warmer but always have access to roam free in the pastures.
In early spring, the hives come in and the trees are tapped for maple syrup. The maple sap is used for drinks at Woods Hill Table and the rest is boiled down for maple syrup.
In late spring, the asparagus is harvested, and the rest of the vegetables grown at the farm are planted.