The past few weeks seem to be flooded by rain and random hot days. Yet the humidity just sticks! As Summer really begins, we farmers go to planning and planting what we need to start for our fall gardens. Recently we have been planting brassicas, all those similar plants like broccoli, cauliflower, and cabbage! Yet even as we start planning fall we must keep up with the cucumber and zucchinis that are flooding our tables. So try making some different things; chocolate zucchini cake has been our family tradition. Make PIckles and savor them on grilled burgers and Cucumber salad is a refreshing treat on those hot summer evening.
Well it's our fire time but we are learning harvest wheat! Rachel and I enjoyed the evening sun yesterday as we took to our small plot of wheat. Harvesting with just hands and a sickle!
This is an oldie but good photos.
Well it's our first time but we are learning to harvest wheat! Rachel and I enjoyed evening sun as we took to our small plot of wheat. Harvesting with just hands and a sickle!
The newest addition to the farm! Pig will, Pig Won't and Oliver Pig!
I want goats more than anything after working in Italy with them. However this year we have lamb and they are still darn cute!