We just keep scooping them up and more come back!
Grubs here.. grubs there… grubs are everywhere!! I don’t have time for this!
A special thank you to a couple viewers who have given us ways to keep Neville’s memory alive.
The day started out beautiful. It was the first day of fall, the weather was perfect, and we planned on hanging outside doing chores and picking tomatoes until we made a gross discovery. We have a huge infestation in the greenhouse. What was it? There’s no way to describe it other than you’re just gonna have to watch….
Just getting caught up on everything that’s happened lately that we haven’t had time to vlog.
There’s lots of work to be done in the garden! We need to get potatoes dug so we can get beans planted. Then there’s the cantaloupe that should have been harvested several days ago and the watermelon that also needs to be picked. With all the laughter going on, it seems to be more fun than work!
Oh the places you will go and the things you will learn, see and do at the fair!
It’s my favorite time of the year when it comes to fixing meals because the garden is starting to kick in so more and more goodies become available from the garden.
The rain we’ve been having has been great for the garden so I thought I’d give ya a little update…
Today we’re moving our goats to new pasture! But.. being creatures of habit, will they stay out there?
After a lot of rain our alfalfa grew back and we were able to get it swathed and baled. We didn’t get many bales but the quality was better than we normally get. No matter the amount, hay bales in the barn makes us happy!
It’s been super hot and humid but good thing about that is the cucumbers grow great in those conditions. So now we have enough to ferment!
One of our hens appeared out from under a bush with chicks!! Never a dull moment on the homestead!
It’s free fishing weekend and we decided to take a break from all the work at the homestead and enjoy a fun evening at the lake.
It’s getting to be that time where the garden should be in and growing. We’re almost there but still have a lot to do yet!
Wondering if you have a male or female turkey poult? Here’s how we tell them apart..
We ended our camp out with a good old breakfast over the campfire, then in the evening we did a little work in the garden.
It’s our first camp out of the season and no better way than to start it out with a sticky marshmallow mess!
Well, after much debating we decided to sell the Mini Rex rabbits. Here’s why…
After doing some thinking we decided our turkey poults would be better off being raised by their mama. So now they’re all back together once again.
Dylan got the go kart finished so we test it out. Also, a turkey update…. did the egg hatch?
The garden has become a weedy disaster so now it’s time to change up my plan.
We checked on our turkey hen and her poults and we found a surprise!
Our turkeys are finally here and now we have more turkeys than we know what to do with.
Turkey hen has shifted and is sitting differently on her nest… maybe her eggs are hatching!
Our turkey hen is diligently setting on her nest. Are there any signs they’ll be hatching soon?
There has been a couple of things that I’ve been wanting to get done for a while… so today is the day to get them done!
We’re moving our buck to a bigger pasture. He needed a shelter so we made an easy, cheap temporary shelter for him… nothing too fancy.
We had a busy day with lots of places to go. One of the things we did was go to the Sunflower Hot Air festival in Anthony, Ks in hopes of watching them fly hot air balloons.
Just getting some planting done and trying to plant according to what grows best together.
Why did we decide to keep chance? Watch and find out…
The tomatoes aren’t looking so great so it’s time to get them planted. Dylan’s been doing more work on his go cart and it’s starting to take shape.
Just a little update on what’s growing in the garden. Also, we’re trying to figure out the best approach to getting the garden ready for planting.
In this video I’m canning some chicken from the meat birds we raised….
The hard work of planting our fall beans has paid off and we have lots of beans to pick!
Finally! We have rain headed our way, which is awesome because we really need it. Our mission is to get chores done and get back to the house before it rains….will we make it?
Got a late on the day so the kids started chores while I got lunch going. In the afternoon the kids detail Dylan’s car and Brooke gives some tips on getting rid of tough dirt spots on vinyl.
Brooke chooses the rabbits she wants and we spend the rest of the day walking around the Kansas state fair.
We quickly get our chores done and update you on a few things. Next we head to the Kansas State Fair!
It’s a little bit of this and a little bit of that… the kids craft funky flowers, I make tomato sauce and chicken broth and the kids finish up the rabbit coop.
In this video I show you how I can dry beans, plus I also show how to can pork and beans.