We did not fix the field fence, instead I pulled a half acre of fence and T-posts. And now I have man arms, or so say I to my husband who thinks that is hilarious. We also unloaded all that lumber we bought. Needless to say that I am sore.
More of the garden was tilled, but we did not get to some of the other project that are needed. And Killi, to heat a goat pen, in my lingo, is to put up an electric fence. Something else I didn't get to. But containing the hens seems to be working.
My oldest son is doing the Art, Lit and science Fair today. He picked a visual science project. The Complete Egg Cycle; from hen to hen. I will be taking 2 of the frizzle chicks to school today. I don't know if this will be good or bad with how the children treat him. He wanted to take the Cornish birds, but I thought the uniqueness of the Frizzles would score a few points. We shall see. He did a great job though, he has the entire process and two possible outcomes for the egg, hatching or eating. I will take photos and tell you how it went. Keep your fingers crossed for him, not to win, but that the kids act better towards him.
A few of the images on his presentation;