Wednesday, June 02, 2010

~ Around the Farmette ~


Jo found the stash of hay ......................

Jazz and Jo are still trying to figure out the wagon.


Dh and I got the goats feed mixed and stored.



Still have red clover that is drying ............


and have a half gallon dried , ready for infusions.



The day lilies I planted next to the pool are blooming.


and I finally got the main garden planted over the weekend ( Yay ) !
~ Be Blessed ~
JoyceAnn

11 comments:

frugalgravy said...

Wow you did quite a lot over the weekend!

frugalgravy said...

Wow you did alot this weekend.

Piecefulafternoon said...

Busy busy fun life on the farmette. Cute pictures of the goats.

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Vickie LeBlanc said...

I love the goats; so cute. To avoid attracting rodants this Winter I'm thinking of putting the chicken feed in a big metal garbage can with lid. That should keep them out - I hope. I'd love to visit your famr but seeing that is not possible at this time, I'm enjoying visiting with your blog pictures.

hawksnestfarm said...

what do you do with the dried clover blossoms?

hawksnestfarm said...

what do you do with the dried clover blossoms?

JoyceAnn said...

Hi JoAnn and Patrice ~ Yep , it's been busy around here.

Hi Vickie ~ I keep our chicken feed in a metal garbage can too , works well at keeping the rodents out. Glad you enjoy the farmette pics , looking forward to seeing your chicks become hens.

Hi Hawksnestfarm ~ I make an herbal tea from the dried blossoms , the tea has many medicinal uses.

~ Blessings to You All ~

Flassie's Fil'a said...

The goats are funny little
characters aren't they!

I put a photo of the ban box
and sometime in a future blog entry I will show a fabric ban
box I made years ago.

God Bles You and Yours!!!

Tim said...

Daylilies. You know you can eat those, right? Adds a little sweetness, a little crunch and a lot of color to salads.

JoyceAnn said...

Hi Tim ~ Yes , I took a wild foods class a few years ago and found out you could eat them. I haven't tried them yet , but hope to soon. Thanks for the mention though , you never know when the info might not be known.

~ Herbal Blessings ~