Another very hot and humid day...no rain. I have started watering again.
We took final delivery of our winter hay supply yesterday and DH spent all afternoon unloading large rounds. I think we have just under 200 bales. They also brought me a few small squares for the calves.
My aunt called last night and told us about a young BA bull for sale. The neighbors who rent her land had him there for a while. She thought he was a nice one and we might be interested in him. We drove down this morning, a 45 minute trip and looked at him. He is still young, a 2 year-old so will grow a lot more. We were impressed with him. He seems very gentle. I asked if they would deliver for the same price and they agreed. So in a few weeks he will be arriving. They want to be sure a cow he serviced settled first. They call him Bozo so I may keep the name.
I hope that takes care of the farm for a while....oops I forgot the tractor needs work; a hydraulic pump is going out.....always something.
I have canned a few pints of tomatoes. The main crop are starting to ripen.
I have begun mowing everything down that looks bad. I set the mower as high as it would go and took off. I will have to take the brush hog to some beds. The word streamlining comes to mind.
I made bagels yesterday evening late and will need to make bread in a day or two.