Well the experiments at our farm are over and photos have been downloaded. All activity has been recorded and now we will share with all of you around the world who follow our blog what we learned. As the world knows, the Great American Eclipse took place two days ago and was at 100% totality here at our farm in East Tennessee. Our farm is located directly next to Smoky Mountain National Park.
So readers know, the partial eclipse started at 1:04pm. The full eclipse was at 2:34pm and the partial eclipse ended at 3:58pm. On our farm we have chickens, turkeys, pheasants, ducks, horses, goats, sheep, alpaca, cows and bees. We were observing their behavior during the totality of the eclipse window along with other factors like temperature drop and humidity response to the conditions.
Here is what we observed –