sugaring in the spring; planting oats, wheat, potatoes, beans in May; shearing sheep and “drawing muck”—spreading of manure in June; harvesting hay in July and August and cutting oats and wheat; In September cutting corn, picking apples, and marketing sheep and lambs. In October and November, husking corn, plowing and picking and drawing stone.Sugaring spring - well, February or early March, yes. Not this year, but check.
Planting in May - we do the third and fourth of those, but not the first two. Check.
Manure in June - not yet. Animal manure goes into the compost all year.
Hay and cutting - not stuff we do.
Cutting and picking in September - yes, into October. No marketing of animals, but killing some.
Husking, plowing, picking - plowing under, yes. Prepping some food, yes. (What is "drawing stone"?)
What a new connection this is, a resonance across a century and a half. The differences are clear, especially based on our different crop emphasis.