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Compost Pile Turnip

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Super Sized Turnip The above super sized turnip was much larger than your ordinary turnip because it was growing in the compost pile. We grow a lot of turnips, beets, pumpkins, kale, rape, sunflowers and other things out in the … Continue reading

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QMain’s Milk Bar, Fencing & Seeding

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Piglets Nursing on Quartermane These piglets, part of a litter of nine, are out of Blackie’s line. Black is recessive to white, thus the mix of colors. Today Ben and Will finished fencing paddocks in the south field for the … Continue reading

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Sunrise Springrise

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Sunrise over South Field As the sun rose I saw we’re Kickstarted to 24%! Being on the south eastern slope of the mountain we see some beautiful sunrises when we’re out working early in the morning. The one above is … Continue reading

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Self-Reseeding & Root Regrowth

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Returned from the Root Stock In 2009 we frost seeded rape and kale. Those are supposedly annuals but in reality they come back both from the root in addition to the self-reseeding we’ve been getting. Generally the pigs eat the … Continue reading

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