November 6, 2014 Farm News

Our standard garden view and the change in the garden and threes behind is quite noticeable compared to the photo of this same spot posted on last weeks blog at the top.

Our standard garden view and the change in the garden and threes behind is quite noticeable compared to the photo of this same spot posted on last weeks blog at the top.

Five horses and a flock of sheep and somewhere in there a single goat.

Five horses and a flock of sheep and somewhere in there a single goat.

We were very fortunate on Thursday, the last CSA pickup day, in that the weather, though cool was bearable;  not too windy, not so wet that hands were freezing.  The weather the rest of the week has been a mix of wet and cold with sunny, and warmish days when we were able to get more done.

A nice hen from our prime laying flock of 59 ISA Browns, still laying well.

A nice hen from our prime laying flock of 59 ISA Browns, still laying well.

The ducks at there daily noon time snooze.

The ducks at there daily noon time snooze.

This will be a very short blog as I have been far too busy to find the time to get at this blog and as I write this the sun is shining, it is a little windy and it is cool, but bearable, and tomorrow and beyond does not bode well.

Two rows of Kale with lettuce between them.  The Kale on the left has been recently harvested.

Two rows of Kale with lettuce between them. The Kale on the left has been recently harvested.

Looking down on a single Kale plant that has had it's leaves grown back after earlier harvesting.

Looking down on a single Kale plant that has had it’s leaves grown back after earlier harvesting.

So just a few pictures with more words next week to update all happenings here as we prepare for winter and tidy up from summer and get a good start on that long list of things that need to be done, most along time ago.

The sheep flock and our single goat.

The sheep flock and our single goat.

All these photos, except for the single photo of the horses and sheep, are from Wednesday midday.

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