Truly, the most exciting thing that has occurred this week is that it has finally rained! It may be too late to salvage the oat crop but hopefully the corn is ok. We baled some hay this week and that is not looking good. More on hay next week.
You may want to know how the little turkey family is faring - not great. Peanut is still keeping the little ones away from the farm buildings - frequently she's in the wheat field. One evening I found them not far from Birch and Tamarack's paddock so I herded them up closer to the pole barn. There are only three poults left with her.
The garden is doing all right. I will share some pictures of the raised garden circle beds. This one has beans - some bush and some pole:
This one has some sugar snap peas and cucumbers:
The pumpkins are getting ready to vine - in the background are the raspberries - looks like there will be a generous crop of those:
And this one is all melons.
This last circle is all peppers.
The tomatoes have their own bed but I didn't get a picture of them today.
It's been a while since I have shared a photo of the goat kids. They are about 10 weeks old now - and getting pretty big!
That's all I have for this week. Soon we will be adding some pigs to the place again - possibly by the next post. Until then, be well friends!