We have piglets on the farm again! We’re having fun taking pictures, making videos and playing with them every chance we get. I’ll be updating this post for the next couple of months with some of my favorite Kune pictures from this Spring season.
Spring piglets are here! Porgy and Bess welcomed their first litter together April 11, 2020. Six total, four boys and two girls, all double wattled. Mama and Daddy are shown below along with some of my favorite petite piggy pictures. Specific Details on each piglet to come soon. For now, here are a few of my favorite images.
The first muscovy ducklings born on the farm made a surprise appearance last weekend. It was surprising only because Mama duck had been sitting on the nest for so long we thought surely the eggs were rotten! Not so. Eight healthy and active little ones. There are few things more adorable than ducklings.
“Microgreens” is a term used to describe the tender young seedlings of edible vegetables and herbs. They’re harvested at one to two weeks after germination when the cotyledons (the first leaves that appear after germination) have fully developed. They are harvested when they are 2-3” tall and can be a gorgeous variety of colors. For clarification, microgreens are different than…
We’re finally making progress in the high tunnel! After a year of failures, false starts lots of soil amendments, assorted green veggies are filling the clay landscape inside the tunnel. It’s such a relief to finally see rows of green. Here are a few closeups of what we have going on right now. I’m still not ready to show off…