I didn't have time to do any needle felting this week! We transplanted all of our Chinese cabbage and bok choi into the field, went to our first market, moved our sheep and cow out of the barn and into the big pasture, moved all 6 pigs together into a single large paddock and moved our ducklings out into a new outdoor coop. We also had another lambing but unfortunately this time it was a single stillborn lamb. Iris, the runt of our flock was the would be mother. Because of her small size we were a little worried about her ability to give birth so we are just relieved that she made it through unharmed.
|Emma transplanting bok choi|
|Our honeybees delivering full pollen baskets (the big yellow balls stuck to their hind legs) The pollen is used as their main source of protein and is fed to the queen so that she can pump out lots of eggs.|