It’s time to wean these lambs. They’re getting big.The lambs love their special alfalfa hay. Every morning when I put in fresh hay for them, they quickly crowd around.I love seeing all these colors.The shearers are coming June 7 & 9. I think the ewes are ready to feel a little lighter.Enjoy the sun!
a bunch of kale, spinach, a big head of lettuce, a bunch of cilantro, potatoes, carrots, sweet potatoes, and a bag of popcorn.
I have quite few potatoes to use up. I saw a good recipe for potato cakes, although I know Philip will vote for mashed potatoes. Maybe I can make both!
Clarinet, Maggie, 2-twelve-in, and Dog SheepThe first bits of sun shining in the pig nursery.These lambs (the results of an unwanted visit from the neighbor’s ram) are eager for their morning bottle.They are, of course, very dear.And my brother’s dog who thinks she is our dog has learned to use the cat door.Have a beautiful Easter.
a bag full of salad mix, a big bunch of spinach, 1 onion, 3 leeks, 2 celeriac roots, 6 potatoes and a bunch of carrots.
I completely forgot to take a picture of the CSA box I got 2 weeks ago. Didn’t even think of it until most of the vegetables were eaten. I turned the kale I got into kale chips, made a white sauce with spinach that we ate with baked potatoes and bacon, roasted the carrots, beets and parsnips with mutton cubes, and mixed the cilantro with some mayo, yogurt and cayenne pepper for a dipping sauce for chunks of smoked ham. And the salad mix made a great salad, with chopped apples and some local feta cheese.
A lazy day for Thomas. The shower has been his favorite sleeping spot this winter.I made a bunch of monster cookies and peanut butter chocolate chip cookies for the snowy week ahead.This pheasant has been around since summer time. He patrols the farm and hangs out with the chickens and peacocks. He is quite plump, having easy access to all the chicken feed he wants.Sandy and Friska.Biscuit and Bambi eating their evening apple snack.The dogs waiting for me to finish feeding Biscuit and Bambi their apples since the next stop is the barn and food for them.Out in the sheep pasture, Miss Abby is keeping her feet out of the mud.With the recent thaw, the pasture has gotten a bit muddy. Most of the girls were choosing to stand on the patches of snow left here and there, rather than in the mud.