Fall on the farm means picking the last of the garden tomatoes and bell peppers.
It means the cows are seeing the light at the end of the hot summer tunnel, finally enjoying cooler temperatures.
It means the chickens are back to laying eggs more than once every few days.
It means the corn is harvested and the beans are up next.
It means the dogs only spend half the day in the shade instead of the entire day.
It means roasts are going in the crockpot and pumpkin from garden--pureed and frozen--is coming out of the freezer.
It means the light is fading sooner.
And it means that, as with most things, the changing of a season is upon us.
And we certainly aren't complaining.