Sunday, June 5, 2011

Light at the End of the Tunnel

We are finally starting to see the "light at the end of the tunnel"! If all goes ok (no rain or breakdowns), we should finish planting the beans tomorrow. We do have some to do for a neighbor yet but at least ours will be in.

The cows are all moved to pasture, what a relief that is! That takes days and days of hard work and is always a relief to have them eating fresh green grass instead of having to feed them hay (which the supply is usually dwindling down about this time of the year).

The hog barns are all washed and filled with pigs again. We do have to vaccinate them all yet but at least they are here and all sorted.

I did get the garden in isn't looking too good right now since the last round of hard rain and little hail we had this last week.

We are getting everything caught up just in time to start cutting hay and spraying the beans. Onto the next phase of summer!!

We do plan on trying to get somewhere this summer to enjoy some family time....I hope you all are enjoying your summer and families!


Farmchick said...

Glad you are seeing the light at the end of tunnel. It has been a constant battle and we are way behind on seeding. We have major flooding here--10,000 people evacuated from their homes. Luckily we farm in two different areas and one is dry and one is not!!

Sharon said...

I am happy to hear that you are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.
We went from fall to summer the last few days. I hope that it will help with the flooding going on in the area.
Have a nice day. thanks for stopping by.

SAH in Suburbia said...

You must be exhausted!!! I'm glad the light at the end of the tunnel is not a train! :-)

Anonymous said...

Hi there! I'm an old reader who was absent for awhile and am now back! It's been a terrible year for gardens with all the rain. Hang in there, there IS light at the end of the tunnel!