Who Has Time?!

So here's the thing, Future Farmers reading this, you're never going to have enough time. At least, that's my excuse for not posting recently and regularly. Farming isn't an 8-hour day, 40-hour-a-week job. Farmers really should get a 36-hour day and maybe a third arm. (Also mothers of young children).  

But here's some of what we have going on with the time we DO have: garden and hoop houses planted, new field planted (multiple varieties of corn, beans, peas, sunflowers), sheep moved and sheared (not all of them but that will get done this week), new horse shed almost done, goats producing enough milk for some very fine cheese AND keeping toddler grandson happy. I'm not even sure what else, so here's some pretty pictures.  

Seeding with a contraption from the 1900s.  

Seeding with a contraption from the 1900s.  

Baby goats

Baby goats

Darn nice lettuce  

Darn nice lettuce  

Finally got a new culvert to reduce the mud!! 

Finally got a new culvert to reduce the mud!! 

New management  

New management  

Three lambs born this spring

Three lambs born this spring

Strawberry fields...forever

Strawberry fields...forever

Get to work! 

Get to work!