Joining farmama in doing an around the farm post this morning...
Annie's making cheese with the milk the boys just brought in.
Having finished milking the goats, Lizzy is doing the breakfast dishes.
Mike and Donna are feeding the cows some comfrey leaves.
Certain varieties of our potatoes are up sooner then the others.
Last week we weeded the raspberry patch, transplanted the runners back into rows and are now mulching with sawdust.
Michael is trying to show his somewhat timid little sister how much fun cows can be. :)
"See? They're nice!"
The boys threw up a temporary fence around this topsoil mound and let the goats at it. Can you spy the 3rd goat peeking over the top of the mound?
Peaches! In the U.P. of all places!!
Yummy. Let's split it. Eleven ways...
They've all hopped the nest. Shame. It was such a nice nest, too...
Bunnies for sale! Anybody want one?
The boys did a photo shoot for our new line of shampoo soap that we're carrying in our country store. My flowers were happy to stand by and help out. :)
Well that's all from the little house in the big woods!
Looks like a great day on the farm! :D Thanks for the little tour! :DReplyDelete
Have a wonderfully blessed day!
Ouch! My eyes picked up some cow hooves in need of some serious trimming! : DReplyDelete
Oh my gosh.....I must have totally overlooked those unsightly long hooves after seeing that gorgeous Strawberry Cheese Cake..yummmm..I'm sure seeing those pictures isn't as hard on those who have had your mom's cheesecake but for me I'm drooling all over the place right now. Thanks for sweet blog. It was nice of Mike to show Donna how to lay on cows. I simply can not wait to try the new soap and I like the new label.ReplyDelete
I enjoyed the tour and want to thank you for this excellent blog. I am a new acreage owner in Nebraska and am writing about our adventures. I hope you can come take a look and tell me what you think!ReplyDelete