Finally adding my second deep today. It’s been a slow season with all this rain
With a solid night of rain, Penelope figured it was time to join Lola in motherhood. I walked down to the stalls this morning and thought, weird wonder why Lola is out with only one of her Kids, then I realized, nope. It was Penolope and her first born. We arent sure sex of the kid […]
Lola had twins last night!
Arrived Tuesday and the post man called me at 7am and asked if I could come ASAP and pick them up at the back door The Hive and Stand: my lovely wife Jamie beekeeping away:
So far I am loving the new camera. I went with a more name-brand one, spent more then the cheap stationary cameras, but I can definitely tell the difference between this and the el-cheapo. For starters, it performs like the $300+ cameras I use to install for business (Axis, great cameras) but at a fraction of […]
We are playing around with new logo ideas for the site. Trying to get something finalized in time to print somethings out for our Bedford Farmers market debut May 7th. Not really post worthy, but incase you do pay attention, that’s why things keep changing. Cheers.
Another round of butchery occurred at lunch today. Our young rooster was becoming a menis to the younger egg layers, “John Snow” our other rooster and the preteens, so the decision was made to end its reign of terror. I did things a little differently this time around: First was to cage him (only time our […]
No overnight freezing this week so we finally moved the plants outside into the rased beds
Way back when (last fall) I surprised Jamie with the Guinea fowl. Their sole purpose was to protecting the flock from snakes, as they were becoming a growing problem (stealing eggs). Shortly after they arrived, it became apparent that they may need their own space. So came the idea of the Fowl Tower. The idea […]
After this week last frost should be behind us, so we are getting the garden ready to transplant the seedlings from the crafts room to the outside world. Last year we tried straw-bail planting. It was semi-successful. But at $4 a bail, limited planting space based on the structure, and then of course the fact […]