Then I can share with those that read this journal what I try so hard to describe in writing:
Da big manure pile:
Rosa Bianca Eggplant:
Scarlett Runner Beans:
Not in focus, I know, what you give up when you are using a point and shoot camera. This is Heather, an Oberhasli/Alpine X doe that was born in January. This makes four does that we’ll have from Heavenly. When I first bought Heavenly, she was giving a gallon a milking. She isn’t doing that now because I’m not feeding a super-high-protein grain (purposely), but she’s still an excellent milking doe and is producing really, really well. The two daughters that are producing now give a half gallon a milking. I expect this doe is going to do just as well next year.
Mothers are very useful tools stools.
Until later …