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Old 11-02-2016, 03:31 AM   #1
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Default November 2016 Homestead and Garden Thread

It's DRY DRY DRY and Hot! I'm really ready for some cooler weather. I've been working on winter shelters for the livestock and its been a hot and sweaty job LOL. The irrigation system is coming along nicely but its a shame that I'm having to use it so much. The wind picked up today so maybe we'll get some relief. There's a little rain in the forecast starting tomorrow evening.
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I am in middle GA --we have had 0.20" of rain in the last 45-60 days
I have a fall garden planted --turnips-mustard greens-collards-cabbage-beets-carrots-parsnips-etc and if I wasn't watering them I would have nothing
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We got a little bit of relief but no where near what we needed. The livestock pond is nearly dry.

This week has been busy. Put up some new fencing around the livestock pond and sorting pen so I can rework the old fencing. I've decided to bring that pond into the 'creek-o-system' so the visual flow of that intensive composting/bio-regeneration will have a 'happy ending' LOL. It will become part of the duck/poultry yard instead of the pig yard. The pigs have been rerouted behind the dam of that pond where there are lots of surface tree roots holding the soil. I'll make another 'waller' in that area eventually.

Yesterday, G and I reworked the sorting pens and I'll try that configuration out for a week or so before we put in more permanent t-posts to secure it. It's definitely coming along.

We've been given an old decorative square tubing, metal fence with a couple of gates. Oh the possibilities!

D has been on a cleaning rampage getting everything company ready. In the wake of that I have been sorting through and moving things into more permanent homes. I will be so glad when things settle down.
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We are 20", yes twenty, under normal for rainfall. DH has already had to start feeding the bees because there's absolutely nothing wild for them to forage on. There hasn't been any fall color this year. The leaves just turned brown and have fallen much earlier than usual. According to the local weatherman, there's not even a chance of rain until sometime late next week.

We're living in a tinderbox. There's a couple of large fires to the south of us on Signal Mountain. We went to Chattanooga yesterday and on the way home, we drove through drifting, sometimes heavy, smoke for a good 20 miles.

I'm glad that we aren't trying a winter garden this year. I don't think we could get anything to even come up, let alone grow.
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Cool morning, 33 degrees. How 'bout some pics:

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There were 3 loads of them the last day. The pigs are very happy. Those big pumpkins were a workout!
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Pumpkin flavoured pork - yum! LOL
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Wednesday on Farm Day we focused on winter shelters. Someday there will be permanent buildings but for now hoop shelters with tarps are good. Over the years there have been many versions but I'm pretty set on cattle panel hoops with tarps stretched tight. Any flap at all and they won't last. Hoops set against existing fences makes a great little hay rack between the hoop and the fence. As the animals eat their hay the excess becomes bedding and since the hoop tunnel goes down hill the hay gradually migrates down and out into a composting area. Gravity is a handy thing!

Thursday, I got a phone call about getting some free certified organically fed laying hens. Here's a little economic tidbit. When the producers have more eggs than the brokers can maintain a high price for they (I'm not really sure who 'they' are) pay the farmers to STOP growing layers and the flocks are destroyed. There were 50000 birds!!! Being that they couldn't be sold the farmer gave them away. D and I made haste to put up a secure shelter/roosts/laying material, gathered crates and loaded them in the truck, hired the farm sitter and dad sitter, moved my client appointments to Thursday instead of Friday and as soon as I did evening chores I headed out to a friend's house much closer to the chicken farm, a two hour drive. Early yesterday morning we packed up and joined a little chicken hauling caravan to go to the farm another 45 minutes or so north. Picture trucks and cars with trailers covered in crates and cages. Only in Arkansas LOL. When we got there, there was a line. We waited and waited and watched chickens leave the farm headed to new homes (and freezers). Gradually, we made our way to the drive......and they ran out of chickens just before we got there. Boo Hoo. What a disappointment.

Now I'm nearly 3 hours from home driving a truck loaded with empty cages through the mountains. So I stopped at the Mennonite Bent and Dent/bulk foods and bakery (double yum), then another small town grocery on the way. Had lunch at The Cliff House overlooking the Arkansas Grand Canyon and made it home in time to unload the food and get ready for a client. Spent time with my dad and got him up and eating. He's not doing very well, the shingles have made him weak. Long day.

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Today, I'll be getting ready for the freeze plus the mushroom man is coming to cut up some logs. Thankfully, not many logs. I'm just not up to much of it. We are also working on getting the freeze drier up and running so we can all begin to empty out our freezers. The manual isn't clear on the connectors and so we are having to figure it out as we garner more information. The mushroom man is in on the freeze drier thing and he's like dealing with a Hyperactive Brainiac with OCD. Geesh. Sometimes I just have to remind him that he's dealing with Aunt B and in this zone, freight trains have to go the speed limit. Fortunately, he KNOWS he's a Hyperactive Brainiac with OCD and responds well to straight talk.

Right now, I'm sipping my second cuppa Jo and enjoying the fire. I'll gear up to do chores very shortly and prepare to cut mushroom logs between 10 and 10:30 (The mushroom man's window of opportunity). After that I'll put on a movie and continue with the inside reorganization/get ready for the Holidays cleaning project. For Thanksgiving, I'm in charge of the meats, their gravies, mashed potatoes and dressing. Everyone else is handling the rest. I'm happy!
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Last night we got LOTS of rain! It's foggy and drizzly this morning but nothing big in the forecast except cooler temps: low 60's low 30's.
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I guess I sampled too much. My pictures look sideways LOL
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Those jars are lovely - I'd buy them, (filled!), just for decorative purposes.
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I brewed them with champagne yeast which has the unique ability to live in a high alcohol environment. I gently tweaked the sugar toward critical so that the wine would not be too sweet. I can always add a simple syrup later. For now its is a nice dryish meady wine that needs some time to develop its flavor. The green wine is good and has quite a kick. I think it will made great medicinal toddies
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Sorry about the sideways pictures. I'm posting from my phone and I'm old lol
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How many piglets in that pile? Looks like a lot of pork!
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I'll try to sneak up and take a picture in the morning time when they are stacked like sausages

Remember that whirlwind trip to pick up free laying hens? The one that didn't work out and I came home empty nested? Well, I had another opportunity on Tuesday and came home with 100 girls. Beautiful Production Browns (I think that's what they are called). Yesterday I got over 50 eggs! I will only keep around 50 of them and already have customers lined up to take care of the eggstras

Yesterday was farm day and this exhausted old girl got up early, picked up the hands and dragged butt all day. Still got lots of things on the list done but my goodness it was hard. Fell into bed last night and hardly moved a muscle.

Got a call yesterday that I could make another chicken run but I'm done. The thought of wrangling more chickens out of an 80ft chicken house with deep sawdust litter to walk through was just too much too soon. I declined. Tuesday a crew of 6 handled over a thousand birds loading them up in trailers headed not just here but to designated groups where they will be distributed some live some processed to folks who could use them for their families. Its a good deed done.

Today, I plan to nudge the sorting pen into what I think is its final position then who knows what trouble I'll get into. Depends mostly on whether or not I have some in-home help for my dad. I have a pie to make (in trade for hay) and a bit o paperwork to catch up on but other than that it looks like a good day to take it easy. I'm pretty sore from chicken toting and am thankful I'm not there right now at this moment doing it again. I will send them good thoughts and hope they remembered their masks and goggles. It's a dusty operation for sure.

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That's a lot of hens to wrangle but should produce a dependable little income & mre when you sell off the older biddies as stewing hens.

Nice acquisition!
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