i’ve begun to split seeding time into two days
Littles getting big!
It’s nice to have two days to get the seeding work done
There’s a lot to do & on Sunday’s I can now help with transplanting the babies into the ground
Which happened yesterday into the third hoop house
Alas, it was a go-go-go day, with two of us seeding, so I didn’t take any photos.
I will remedy this on future Sundays.
Lettuces, Kale, Raab, & Mustard were transplanted.
Radish & more lettuce was direct seeded.
In the fourth hoop-house, which I call the Cathedral, are the young pigs & laying hens.
I only snapped one photo
Because they kept hopping up & out & I was trying to herd them back inside…
It’s Spring & they are ready to be out & about.
Thankfully they hop back up & into the Cathedral.
It’s an enormous space, with a beautiful shaped roof pitch
I’ll get a photo next time I’m at the farm.
So, instead of more farmish photos, here are a few recent sharings of Sophie & Izzy
There’s still quite a bit of snow out of town, only mounds here & there in town
But Spring shows its signs & makes its presence known
Sweet & cheery
Blessings on the day