Spellcast Farm Newsletter March 28, 2013.
Thank you everyone for appreciating all that Wally and I do here. We do the best we can with the tools we have to work with. Since I started feeding my cats a raw food diet in 1997 I have taken it
Just waiting on the weather to get a bit more regular. It’s been ranging from sunny and the high seventies to snow and rain and the thirties. It is supposed to go below freezing starting tonight through Sunday. I’m ready for warmer
Wally let me sleep in this morning which a welcome treat. The alarm woke us up, which is unusual. I was deep in a dream where I was helping people out of a plane that had crashed in a field not far
Spellcast Farm Newsletter March 13, 2013.
So far 18 have hatched out which is not a good hatch rate, but I think I put too many eggs in the incubator (duck eggs are larger than chicken eggs) and it may have interfered with proper circulation. I almost turned
I have not got done what I need want to get done. Found this video on FB this morning. I think I’m going to commit to watching it every morning. It ought to get me up off my butt. Enjoy. Until later
Here is the new rabbit/crop area: This will be a good photo for before and after photos. Right now, the area looks really poor, but after tilling the two rows, the soil looks pretty good. To my knowledge, nothing has been done
I keep a spread sheet of when I breed does, their due dates, etc. Today was the day that Cedar, an American Chinchilla doe was due to go up to kindle. At this time, our does kindle (have their babies) in 30
Scored a big win on a used rototiller today! Picked up a Husqvarna 9 horse power, rear tine tiller with less than 20 hours on it for a song! Talk about being at the right place at the right time. We were