Spring is springing along and we’re past due for an update!

In the field, we’ve seeded lettuce, spinach, pac choi and tatsoi, and the rain last night will be sure to help them along. The potato beds are prepped and we will be planting in them this week.

In the greenhouse, I’ve transplanted all the tomatoes into bigger pots so they will be big and healthy when the weather warms up enough to plant them out. Peppers and eggplant are scheduled to be transplanted into bigger pots this week as well.












Don’t they look great? We are right on schedule for planting and everything is looking good!

In other farm news, ‘Bee Guy’ Dustin has been out to check on the hives and says the bees made it through the winter in good shape. It’s an early season for them and they are feasting on tree pollen right now. Don’t know about you, but I didn’t know bees gathered tree pollen, so there’s an interesting tidbit.

The chickens has been loving the early spring weather as well.

Enjoying the Sun












If you’ve never seen a sunbathing chicken before you might be thinking something’s wrong with this picture, but chickens know the best way to enjoy the sun is by stretching flat out to soak up as much as possible. It’s funny to watch them scattered across the yard fanning out their feathers in complete relaxation.

I hope you’re enjoying spring as much as they are!

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