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The Double Heart bees have been hard at work – this frame, like all of them in this super, are loaded with honey. We’ll harvest in August.
Major hay production going on now. The windrows are huge. In this field alone we have made 130 rounds.
A perfect bail!
A perfect summer afternoon – good shade, plenty to eat. Time to chew your cud.
With the great rains we got last month the pastures are in wonderful shape. This is Kliengrass that is about two feet tall. The cattle are having a hard time keeping up with it.
It’s that time of year again and we have a bumper crop of peaches ready to pick. They are bigger this year and I think it is a combination of good rain and a new way we pruned the trees last winter – cutting limbs out of the middle of the tree forcing them to grow outward letting more light and circulation reach the middle of the tree.
Here’s how to do it.
Hardy taking Barnum and Bailey out to pasture.