|These heirloom tomatoes are MUCH bigger now|
The poultry chores can get a bit annoying because, when they need doing - they need doing. You can't tell a flock of broilers to wait for water when they need water. Nor can you neglect moving their shelters once the grass around the shelter is pretty well packed down/eaten. This is especially true when things are wet. Water complicates matters further because you have to avoid any low spots that might pond water.
|The nuggets shelter is a horse trailer. Why be conventional?|
|The Snort can really be annoying sometimes.|
And, we look at the calendar and realize our first CSA farm share distribution week is coming up. REALLY? How did that happen? Well, it's probably a good thing, because we've got a batch of radish that are looking really good and the asparagus is really picking it up again.
|this picture was from May 19. It doesn't look like this now.|
By next Friday, we are hopeful that the pallets will still be full, but with a completely different set of trays. All of the trays on there now should be planted or (hopefully) sold. Although the latter is probably wishful thinking since we have about 700 heirloom tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, basil, cucumber, onion and lettuce transplants currently available. Send people our way if plants are still needed/wanted.
Until next time!