Farm Photo Friday

Here’s a recap of our past week…

20150123-IMG_4854The cabbages have sprouted.  We have Tendersweet, Ruby Perfection, Early Flat Dutch and Savoy.

20140724-IMG_8315We’re making soap twice a week to replenish our inventory after our awesome Christmas season.  We’ll be doing one, possibly two farmer’s markets this year in addition to a few craft fairs and our online sales, so we’re crankin’ out the soap to get ready.  This is our Activated Charcoal soap.

20150116-IMG_4821What more can I say, they eat… and eat… and eat.. and get bigger every day.  Cayenne is 30 days out now.

20140314-IMG_6857I made Gouda with our cow milk share this week and the chickens got the whey, which they promptly devoured.

20121201-IMG_7464It was sunny and 60 earlier in the week and we took that opportunity to work the horses.  Too much time off is never a good thing, but they actually were pretty good.  Hopefully we’ll be able to get on a more regular schedule as the days get longer and warmer.

20140102-IMG_4001Today we’re back to a cold rain… a good day to stay indoors and catch up on some reading and planning.

 

Have a great weekend!

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5 thoughts on “Farm Photo Friday

  1. Beautiful photos as always, Julie. Soap is on my list of things to do this year – if I can get hubby to believe I won’t blow up the kitchen trying to make it!

    1. Making soap is not nearly as dangerous as it’s perceived to be! Just remember to add the lye to the liquid, not the liquid to the lye, or you will have a volcanic eruption!

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