A cleaned out and freshly strawed goat shed. We’re keeping it as clean as can be in readiness in case Miss Anna decides to grace us with kids.
Elevated feed bowl, fresh water and my bulgy lady with her udder (she has milk too! :D)
Segregated chook pen
Our nesting boxes with the little gated one for Mr Rooster in the evenings.
The sectioned off run with the screen door allowing access
The new entry and exit for our birds into their shed. The hole in which Miss Anna decided to try and enter. And yes, the silly duffer actually got in there.
The old shed straw mucked out ans spread around to try and absorb some of the swamp.
My Anatidae family, Mandy on the left, Milly the grey and white drake, Molly the white drake with Yin hiding behind him and Yang down the front of the tyre with water in it. And then there’s a Henny Penny on the right.
The ‘shrooms I found growing in my greenhouse. I only wish I knew 100% if they were edible or not. Not an area one wants to experiment in.
My makeshift spud garden. 1 cardboard box, some bird wire and some of last years spuds saved for ‘seed’ planted in spent chicken straw. I buried them in some compost soil today.
An itty bitty cauliflower head forming.
Next area on which t address our attentions is the pond and food forest garden.