we have been busy, happy, working, loving where the Lord has placed our footsteps. Obadiah is next to our mongo amaranth plant. They are usually about 4' tall. Good compost makes all the difference.
Note to self: If you plan to use Diestel's compost, make wider rows. This is our melon patch. We are a little unsure how we are going to harvest it..... Joey is trying to come up with some strategies. It is as thick as it looks and there are hundreds of melons set.
The tomato and cucumber patches need tied almost every day. The cucumbers are coming in strong and the tomatoes are just beginning to come in. Again... next year wider rows.
The guys made us a mama hen house that can hold four chicken families in separate areas. We have 18 healthy, strong chicks from the ever turning incubator - 9 copper morans and 9 leghorns. They should begin laying around Christmas time - Chocolate brown eggs for the copper morans and white for the leghorns. The two mama hens are doing really well. We have room and mamas for the next batch getting ready to come out of the incubator.
Everyone eats squash..... EVERY DAY. Enough said.
Be healthy and well