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Does she look like an Iris?
It’s finally warm enough at night to safely plant tomatoes! We have several varieties of heirloom tomatoes and some lovely pansies. All our plants are started here from seed and grown in organic Cowo soil. And – of coarse – … Continue reading
Today is the first French Hens Market of the seaaon. We’re here with our organic tomato and basil plants, lettuce, radishes and rhubarb. All grown by us and fresh picked.
We have our first batch of air chilled chicken from a new processor. It’s a small batch so we are offering 1 or 2 to those who would like to try them before our larger batch is ready in June. … Continue reading
We now have a Lost and Found bin in the stand. Someone left the sunglasses yesterday afternoon and the keys are still here from last fall.
Happy 2nd Birthday to our first cria. Apollo is a handsome boy with beautiful fiber. And – of coarse- we love him! This is my favorite picture of him peeking out from under his mama. She is a rockstar mom!
Tiger likes to keep me company while I do chores.
71 pounds of seed potatoes from The Potato Garden. We will wait about a week for the to send out sprouts, cut them into smaller pieces and plant them. Clearly, we love potatoes and want to be sure not to … Continue reading
On our way to pick up organic chicken feed and lambs and Baron is doing his best to stay awake. Not very successfully.
Lady bugs coming to life under the crabapple tree. Love the red lady bugs!
Baron found the coolest spot in the greenhouse
We were expecting 100 Barred Rock hens this morning and this mornings surprise was an extra box with 25 Easter Eggers and 25 Cornish Rocks! We had to come up with an emergency spot for the Cornish to get them … Continue reading
This morning we planted spinich, beets, carrots, radishes, sugar snap peas and lettuce in the smaller tunnel And Bill rototilled the bigger tunnel for planting later this week.
I planted lots of little pepper, eggplant and early tomato seeds today. We also have some cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, kohlrabi and lettuce growing from last week’s planting. Baby purple cabbage pushing out of the Cowsmo compost.
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