To speak about country life, you need the appropriate vocabulary. Part 2
Spring - a place where water naturally flows out from the ground;
Stream - water that flows naturally along a fixed route formed by a channel cut into rock or ground, usually at ground level;
Brook - a small stream;
Farm - an area of land, together with a house and buildings, used for growing crops and/or keeping animals as a business;
Wasteland - an empty area of land, especially in or near a city, that is not used to grow crops or built on, or used in any way;
Farmhand - a person who is paid to work on a farm;
Seed - a small, often round or oval object produced by a plant and from which, when it is planted, a new plant can grow;
Livestock - animals that are kept on a farm, such as cows, sheep, or chickens;
Cattle - cows and bulls that are kept for their milk or meat;
Herd - a large group of animals of the same type that live and feed together;
Flock - a group of sheep, goats, or birds;
Haystack - a large, tall pile of hay in a field;
Axe - a tool that has a heavy iron or steel blade at the end of a long wooden handle, used for cutting wood;
Tractor - a motor vehicle with large back wheels and thick tyres, used on farms for pulling machinery;
Bundle - a number of things that have been fastened or are held together;
Fertilizer / fertiliser - a natural or chemical substance that is spread on the land or given to plants, to make plants grow well;
Crop - (the total amount collected of) a plant such as a grain, fruit, or vegetable grown in large amounts;
Yield - an amount of something positive, such as food or profit, that is produced or supplied.
There's a bubbling stream that flows through their property.
I could hear the sound of a babbling brook.
She spent the summer working on a farm.
The farmers grow these crops for seed (= for planting to grow more crops, rather than for eating).
The shepherd is bringing his flock down from the hills.