This week I thought it would be fun to show you how quickly things change on the farm during the summer. If you look away for even a second, it seems that animals have grown, trees are greener, and crops have begun bearing. It happens so incredibly fast.
First on our list is the potato. If you recall from previous blog entries we used the old-fashioned technique of chitting to get healthier, faster growing plants.
Potatoes on May 16th, 2013:
Potatoes on June 1, 2013:
Catching barn cats to get them spayed and neutered is very high on our list of goals this year. However, in the meantime, lets enjoy some kittens!
Kittens on March 18, 2013:
Kittens June 1, 2013:
The wonderful tomato. I would have to invent new words to explain my love for this plant. I eat them like apples, right off of the vine. It is not one of those silly, short term infatuations...no, no, no. This love has been firmly rooted in my life now for so long, and has long been my favorite food since a wee little child. I LOVE my tomatoes, and obviously, that is why they do so well!
Tomatoes on May 1, 2013:
Tomatoes on June 1, 2013:
Members, hang in there...harvests will begin before you know it! We are looking forward to it as much as everyone else. Since the days are getting much longer in the field, I will make this update much shorter. Until next week...