On the farm, Paul's been collecting old chook feathers. He lends a helping hand, and cake, to the local CWA as they get together for a much needed paint job for the local community hall, but all that effort will be sure to work up an appetite.
This program has come a long way, as Paul's first season on the farm comes to a close. But it hasn't happened without help. To thank everyone who helped in the journey of transforming a rundown property into a functioning farm, Paul and Hugh invite guests from the local community to share in the fruits of their labour - and to celebrate as a like-minded community.
Paul welcomes home his jersey cow, Bessie, and finds himself creating wine from an unusual source. Meanwhile, tomato season has sprung, and Paul needs to make the most of his troubled crop. He welcomes two new friends to the farm with expert passata knowledge passed down by generations.
Paul thinks Bessie could be barren and calls in the local vet for a house call. Then he learns there's more to mushrooms than meets the eye. Later, Paul takes advantage of the autumn rain by dropping into his mate Darcy's to dunk some traps into his dam.