We are getting rain! Ordinarily that would make me happy but the ground is so saturated already. Will it ever dry up enough to plant??The worst is the pasture between the barn and loafing shed, the sacrifice yard where the cows trample...
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Six days after the 16-inch snowfall!
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This is what we woke up to today. I know it just looks like another typical winter photo, but it is May 2nd!! And yesterday it was spring! We had about 8 inches when I went out to do morning chores, with up to 8 more inches forecast t...
score: 1 7 days ago
Before I show you the worm photos I will start with a more colorful image --the yellow fence we are putting up around the patio and butterfly/bee garden. The pollinator garden fence, 12 8-foot sections, was a Craigslist find for just $...
score: 1 8 days ago
Two weeks ago, I interviewed beekeeper Ed Simon for my new radio show, Prairie Air (it's on a grassroots, volunteer streaming radio station, the COBB Radio), where I interview local artists, farmers and interesting characters and play ...
score: 1 10 days ago
Long time no posting. So I will try to catch up a bit with recent farm goings-on.I had to a start with this photo because this lamb is so heart-meltingly adorable! It is one of Don and Betsy's (our neighbors) two surprise early lambs ...
score: 1 15 days ago
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score: 1 29 days ago
I debated whether to use this photo, thinking the snow may be too depressing to start this post with, but this is how it is this year (This is how it was last year on April 11th!) We still have big patches of ice and snow, but they are ...
score: 1 about 1 month ago