I thought I'd take you on a little walkabout this morning as I feed the animals. Just to show you what is happening.
I've moved the chooks into the summer garden. They've been here for a week or so, weeding, de-bugging, and manuring. I threw in a bale of old hay for them to de-seed and to add some carbon. And they are right next to the main garden so I throw them any slugs or snails I find - tasty!
These are chicks who are big enough to graduate from this rabbit hutch to an A-frame chicken run soon.
We had the warmest May on record apparently. And even now that it's June there have been no frosts, the kikuyu grass is still green and growing.
A new bundle of kits. There are seven in this batch. We butchered nine rabbits and four roosters for the freezer last weekend. For the amount of food the rabbits eat, they produce a good amount of meat, very economical.
I've been motivated in the garden lately after a lag period. This is a purple broccoli seedling I planted yesterday. I've planted red russian kale, red cabbage, cauliflower, spring onions, carrot and beetroot seeds and I've been transplanting all my strawberry runners into a new bed.
I need to add that I for some reason I'm having difficulty commenting on any one's blog (including my own). So apologies, I'm listening and replying, you just can't hear me!
And now it's time for another cup of tea.