In fact, our soil has gained such a great reputation that many people are now buying it directly from us. Here, Kingsley is loading a couple of yards to deliver.
Friday, April 20, 2012
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Spring is the time of year for hatching and our incubation of 40 chicks every 21 days is no exception.
|Barred rock chick
|The girls introduce them to food and water.
|There is hatching going on in the greenhouses as well, here is some lettuce plugs ready for transplanting.
|Theses orange sweet peppers, seeded in January, will take many months of growing before we are able to pick any peppers.
|Our Tomatoes, 860 under plastic, also seeded in January, should be ready early in June.