Normally every time we try to grow pumpkins they get taken down by vine borers and squash bugs. This year I’m happy to say that we defeated them and ended up with some small, cute pumpkins! Speaking of cute things, we went to the bunny barn to check in with the rabbits. Miley is wanting to breed one of her bunnies so that she has some older ones to show next year, but the bunnies had other ideas…
Spring is finally here and we’re so excited! We’re starting to change from our winter set up to our spring and summer set up. It feels good to start having things back to normal again.
We have a new litter of Holland lop bunnies, our other bunnies have grown and are looking cuter than ever, and our goat kids are up and at ’em… there’s lots of cuteness happening on the homestead.
Well, it’s taken us a while, but here is our bunny update….
Another fun and successful fair has come to an end. It’s been a great week filled with fun and memories but boy are we tired. How tired? Well, our chicken says it all……
What a beautiful and fun day on the homestead! We decided to hurry up and get our fall planting done before it gets too late. Hopefully it’s not! Brooke says Dylan is obviously not a farm boy. Why? Well… you’ll just have to watch.
Another day at the fair… it’s our 3rd time going! This time we’re going to drop off Miley’s rabbit and while we’re there we check in on her chicken and show you the results of poultry and photo judging.
Plans to build a cattle panel greenhouse have been in the works for a while, and we’re finally getting started on it!
We have lots of work we want to get done. We tried to start on some of it but it was colder out than what we thought. Didn’t get much done but at least we are a small step closer to being ready for spring!
We’re taking some of our mini rex bunnies to the Yoder Small Animal Auction. This time went a lot better than last time!
Just a little update and had to show you how big and cute our Holland Lops bunnies are..