Monday, August 22, 2011

A Piggyback Plant - Random Farm Pictures



Another cool morning. Oh how I love them! It is 70° which is a little warmer but at least it isn't 80°. Still no further rain.

I tilled part of the garden yesterday and it is still fairly moist down 6 inches or so. I should have to water for a few days.

I didn't get any trimming done. I hope to tackle that today. I am not milking.

I think I have talked DH into buying a baby Jersey heifer to put on Willow...if the farm has any. I am calling or e-mailing today. They are the cheese company farm that the state of Missouri visited with guns drawn ordering them to shut down a 30-year raw milk cheese company and they were ordered to sell all inventory! The litigation is ongoing. There had never been a complaint against the company in all those years. I will let you know how the baby calf situation goes. It seems wasteful to me not to let Willow raise a second calf.

I have mentioned before that I can't bear to toss out good plants....even though I should sometimes. Well when I moved a pot of salvia to the stump bed, I noticed a strange plant in with it....it wasn't any weed I was familiar with so I left it and planted the entire pot. It was an eggplant. I am not sure what variety.



Now I remember, the salvia was a piggyback too. The pot was for the Golden Jubilee agastache.



I don't really need anymore eggplant. I don't know what to do with what I have!
I do want to try this one though.

Random Farm Pictures


When the Grands are here I give them my camera and they snap away to their heart's content.....they go places I don't!

This is Willow and this year's baby.



and this is Willow's 2-year old daughter with her new baby, a bull calf. I hadn't seen it until this photo,



The above post is a week old now, but is workable as today's post. I still have not tried the new eggplant.

What's new is the weather has warmed up again and no rain. I am watering a few things.........again.

5 comments:

  1. I read about the feds raiding that cheese plant and I say it's high time the people take action. We don't need more government, we need less government!

    Willow's daughter and the bull calf are really nice looking animals.

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  2. That looks a lot like the Fairytale eggplant I'm growing.

    I have a lot of guilt about tossing "good" plants, too!

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  3. Like to hang out all my time in your farm ! i have visited such kind of farm when i was a kid and i totally miss those golden days ! anyways if you agree then i will visit your place for once in my week days ! am totally serious ... Jessie

    Salvia for sale

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  4. What a nice farm ! you made me remember my old days when i used to be with my grandpa all the day in the farm playing with cows, gots and even pigs :D

    buy salvia

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  5. I always dream to spend my whole life looking at those animals in the farm and doing some agriculture but unfortunately got stuck in other business ! But i will definitely spend atlease some time in my life in those farm !


    spice smoke

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