I can’t believe it’s already December 29. Where did the year go? Time goes by so quickly now it isn’t funny! I’m chomping on the bit to get seeds in the ground. I want to see acres of rainbow chard, kale, etc.
Several people have asked me this recently. I don’t really know. I used the kennel name “Spellcast” when I bred Border Collies. The byline was “they’ll cast a spell over you.” The name just transferred to the farm. Gel, the foundation of
In our continuing efforts to be sustainable, we constructed eight more raised beds the same size as our rabbit tractors. As you’ll see from the photos, the rabbit tractors sit right on top. I filled the “beds” with a thick bed of
Happy Solstice you all. May the light return to Spellcast Farm. It’s very quiet outside with no roosters crowing. I will be silent for the rest of the day to honor their memory. Until later …
But it did.
I’ve mentioned issues we’ve been having with our new neighbor. Yesterday, the goats slipped out while I went to pick up straw and were in the front pasture. Damn, I almost put them up before I left, but I knew I was
Well, it looks like it’s going to all fall into place. The only thing I’m waiting on is notice of what credit I can transfer from previous schools. Hopefully, most of it will transfer. Now, the problem is going to be budgeting
Wally and I were supposed to put wire under our rabbit tractors this weekend, but it did not get done. Saturday was shot with the Farmer’s Market and the last day at the Christmas Tree Farm. Sunday, it started raining pretty early
Earlier this month I decided to not return to school in January. I thought my unemployment benefits had been exhausted, but yesterday, I got a notice in the mail saying I was eligible for another tier of unemployment, but this is only
Spellcast Farm Newsletter December 13, 2012.