Wednesday, May 04, 2016


We didn't plant peanuts last year due to a perceived lack of manpower. But this year we are attempting it. The past few days we have been harrowing and plowing the small plot where the peanuts will go. I think one more session with the horse and we can have it done. (Because he doesn't plow much, the horse is out of shape and thus we need to work him slowly.)
 Oremus pro invicem!


Jim Dorchak said...

The horse in front or the horse behind the plow? :)

Jim Curley said...

Sometimes Lori wonders about this!

Jim Dorchak said...

Me too! I mean my Lori that is.

My other sow had 5 piglets last night. All survived and are on the teat so I am thinking that it was my boar. The same boar that I cut 2 weeks ago. So I need another one since my replacement boar has a hernia as we discussed.

I sure would like to find some GOS= Gloucester Old Spots

None in Chile though:(

Anonymous said...

That is Really awesome! WOW! Great job y'all!!!