Around the time of our last post, we got one of these.
It was very exciting for us to find out. It's even more enjoyable now that the morning sickness phase has passed!
We were even lucky enough to see the little guy!
Not long after this little guy makes his appearance, we'll be enjoying some other new arrivals on the farm! Both of our goats have been taken to be bred for spring kids! We heard news earlier this week that our Alpine doe was bred! Next year, we should have enough milk to experiment more with making our own cheese!
It's nice going into winter knowing this is here for us.
Additionally, some of our new Welsummer hens have started laying their dark brown eggs! We're still waiting to see some of the green eggs from our Easter Egger girls. I will say though, we are quickly becoming fond of the Easter Eggers. They have great personalities. There are a few that will just walk up to my four year old and invite her to pet them!
Here you can see a Welsummer egg nestled between eggs from some of our other chickens.
Finally, we've sold all our of pine trees! This gave us money to replace some windows in our house before it gets too cold. More importantly, it gives us more space to add on to the small orchard we've started. We will be using part of the cleared space, and space we already had cleared, to put in a small hay field for the goats!
Bye Bye Trees--Hello Spring Projects!