To speak about country life, you need the appropriate vocabulary. Part 1
Valley - an area of low land between hills or mountains, often with a river running through it;
Waterfall - water, especially from a river or stream, dropping from a higher to a lower point, sometimes from a great height;
Wood / Forest - an area of land covered with a thick growth of trees;
Rake - a garden tool with a long handle and long, pointed metal parts sticking out in a row at the bottom, used for making the earth level or for collecting leaves, etc;
Pitchfork - a tool with a long handle and two or three large curved metal points, used for moving hay (= dried grass) or straw;
Poultry - birds, such as chickens, that are bred for their eggs and meat;
Harvest - the time of year when crops are cut and collected from the fields, or the activity of cutting and collecting them, or the crops that are cut and collected;
Ground - soil;
Well - a deep hole in the ground from which you can get water, oil, or gas;
Harvester - a machine for harvesting crops;
Spade - a tool used for digging especially soil or sand, with a long handle and a flat blade;
Meadow - a field with grass and often wild flowers in it;
Manure - solid waste from animals, especially horses, that is spread on the land in order to make plants grow well;
Pasture - grass or similar plants suitable for animals such as cows and sheep to eat, or an area of land covered in this;
Pesticide - a chemical substance used to kill harmful insects, small animals, wild plants, and other unwanted organisms;
Plough - a large farming tool with blades that digs the soil in fields so that seeds can be planted;
Field - an area of land, used for growing crops or keeping animals, usually surrounded by a fence;
Scarecrow - a model of a person dressed in old clothes and put in a field of growing crops to frighten birds away.
There was snow on the hill tops but not in the valley.
I couldn't hear what he was saying over the thunder of the waterfall.
Some poultry farmers keep turkeys and ducks as well as chickens.
Farmers are reporting a bumper (= very big) harvest this year.
There was a path through the meadow to the village.
Some fields are planted with crops for several years, and then returned to pasture for the cattle.