My recent research on the viability of using velvet bean as a cover/grazing crops for the rabbits has made me realize how mechanized farming has become. If seeds cannot be extracted from pods easily, then the seed is not readily available. When
Spellcast Farm Newsletter February 28, 2013.
I mentioned yesterday that we need to remove some of the bedding from some the rabbit tractors because it is getting too high. When it’s removed, I will haul it out to where we are going to pasture the rabbits and dump
I’m itching to get some vegetable seeds in the raised beds, but it’s still too cold and wet! We are getting freezing rain this morning and forecast lows in the 20’s towards the end of the week. Planting guides say carrot and
For the past few days I’ve been looking at the instructions to set up a second WordPress journal for the rabbit project, but thought about it and realized the whole point of this farm is to be integrated. Everything, everyone works together.
There is so much going on right now that it may take me several hours to write it all down! I’m in the middle of mid-terms and working really hard to get through the second developmental math class. As was before, it’s
Spellcast Farm Newsletter February 21, 2013.
As I anticipated, school work has put a damper on keeping this journal updated. I am sorry for that. I just get caught up in “stuff” and forget to update it! There is some fabulous news! We received the RAFI grant that
Spellcast Farm Newsletter February 6, 2013.
This week has been spent cramming on math. About all I’ve done this week has been math. I’m living, breathing and eating math! Took the first exam yesterday. I went into it really, really comfortable, but some of the equations threw me