Category: Gardening & Crops

Yes we Cantaloupe!

The dog days of summer are definitely in and the continual temps above 100 degrees are bringing our summer garden to a close. I wasn’t sure how well the garden would perform since we were a little late getting the garden ready this year,… Continue Reading “Yes we Cantaloupe!”

2019 Texas Summer Garden

Of the many hats we wear here on the farm, gardening remains one of my favorite activities. Even in this dreadful summer heat, one of the few things that can keep my interest outside this time of year is our garden. It wasn’t very… Continue Reading “2019 Texas Summer Garden”

Our 2019 Gardens

We had big BIG plans and hopes for our gardening endeavors in 2018. We constructed a 30 foot by 50 foot perimeter fence and I set to work clearing and preparing large beds. Everything was going splendidly until the Bermuda grass decided it was… Continue Reading “Our 2019 Gardens”

Winter’s End and the Coming Spring of 2017

Dear readers, we’re very sorry to leave you hanging for so long since our last update, but rest assured, there’s been much going on around the farm. Plus Three Minus One We made it through our first lambing/kidding season with three new babies, two… Continue Reading “Winter’s End and the Coming Spring of 2017”

A Weekend of Preparation – Hay for the Winter

In the recent past our friendly neighborhood farmer would cut our hay fields for us and he would reap the whole harvest as we had no need of it. Now that we have the animals it is going to be important to store up… Continue Reading “A Weekend of Preparation – Hay for the Winter”

Whirld Wide Wednesday – Johnny Appleseed Goes to Jail

One of the greatest American stories is that of John Chapman, known commonly as Johnny Appleseed. Johnny is remembered in our American lexicon as a man passionate about apples and apple trees. He traveled far and wide planting apple tree nurseries. His devotion to… Continue Reading “Whirld Wide Wednesday – Johnny Appleseed Goes to Jail”

Baling Hay By Hand

Before we dig into today’s topic I’d like you give a quick update for those following our progress. I wish I could say there was good news on the selling of our city home, but unfortunately I cannot. For whatever reason the house remains… Continue Reading “Baling Hay By Hand”

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