Farmer Dean has busily worked on equipment and many other projects, while awaiting drier conditions (4.25 inches of rain in May). He recently planted bolita beans and more corn, while oldest son, Nathan, swathed alfalfa. Students from our cousin Jesse's high school class learned a little about our farm on a recent tour.
Today dear friends came alongside us to hand plant our market garden.This afternoon, oldest son and daughter help their father plant cabbage, beets and broccoli with our small planter. Watermelon, cantaloupe and pie pumpkins get in the ground using our large planter. A beautiful and productive day!