We had loquats on the tree for the second year. Last year I think we got 2 or 3, this year 13! Next year, who knows, I may have enough to dry like the daughter did with here 3 massive trees. She brought me a box plus some that she had dehydrated, brought me some more...I like Loquats, a lot. Better than lollies.
I have more chickens and will start trying to sell some of the bigger chooks soon. I have way too many so not sure why I keep putting eggs under the cluckies. But the chickens are so cute! I see it as a waste to not use the fertile eggs and if I can sell a few of the PoL birds it will help pay for their food.
Unfortunately some of them have Scaley Leg at the moment. I have some vegetable oil to put on them but a few look worse that the others so I went down to my
Once they are fixed up I might start thinking about selling some. That will be early next year now.
Bloody fox came again. Took a mother chook and left 7 orphans. They are a few weeks old and seem to have been adopted by a lone chook that was in with them. Lots of food is growing. Apricots are ripening. Too many for me so I am trying to dry some in the car. I need to get the dehydrator back from the son.
Parrots are pinching the apples. I tried netting a tree but I'm not tall enough so it's not very protected. A job for next week when Hubby is home.
Probably lots more interesting stuff happened but I didn't write it down and now we'll never know...
We went away a couple of times
Better get out there and figure out how to oil the legs of 30 chooks. Plus 16 chickens and Mums that have attitude. And a rooster that thinks he is boss...That one