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May 15, 2009

Things are staying busy around here.  Everyone has started planting their gardens, so we have a lot of folks stopping.  We are still picking the asparagus every day. 

Tom has been preparing the fields, so he can begin to plant tomatoes, peppers and egg plant. We will plant three different times so we will have tomatoes throughout the season.  

The greenhouse tomatoes have almost doubled in size.  No the strawberries are not ready yet, but the blossoms are turning into fruit. 

Tom and the men got up early to load up the chickens, they were “harvested” today.  It isn’t a pleasant thought, but they were only uncomfortable for a little while.  They got up early and loaded them up.  Everything was done in just a few hours.  Tom sees the birds through from start to finish.  The birds look really nice.  We will pack them in ice over night and package them tomorrow.  I will have to test taste some tonight for dinner.  No our birds are not injected with anything, they are just washed cut vacuum packed and frozen.  We hope to have them at the stand in just a few days.  

I’ve got to run, the sun is out and I’m sure something somewhere needs to be watered.


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