Friday, March 8, 2013

Farm Friday

Garden fare:  Black-eyed peas from the freezer and fresh collards
Just a quick post today as it has been a fairly quiet week.  We don't have bottle-fed kids anymore as Grace and Main decided they were too big for their bottles and self-weaned.  Very little is growing in the garden, although we've got some starts going in some cold frames and under grow lights in our son's old bedroom.  We now have regular delivery days, times, places for off season deliveries.  Currently, we're only delivering eggs from our free-range hens and pork from our pasture-raised pigs.  

We were supposed to get heavy snow earlier this week but all we got was a morning of snowfall that melted in the afternoon.  As we approach spring, this should be the last snow of the season for us.  By the way, for those of you living in a place that observes daylight savings, don't forget to set your clocks forward by one hour on Saturday night!

Have a great weekend!

***P.S.  How could I have forgotten that we have a new kid - Ann Marie?  Donna gave birth to her on Sunday, just before our son and his family arrived for a visit so our granddaughter was able to see a new born goat!  Will have to get photos later.

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