The geese are laying. It must be Spring.
Things are winding down to a steady routine in the goat barns. I managed to get out to do a number of errands yesterday.
We are back to light rains and warmer temperatures. I imagine that any greens alive in the garden will benefit. I planted some peas and hauled a little compost to the garden beds. Three of the chicken coops are cleaned out. Big piles of pruned material are on the lawns and most of the asparagus/berry beds have been cleaned out and raked.
Most of the ag records are "spreadsheeted" and I'm ready to plug them into the tax software.
I've made half-hearted attempts to begin cleaning up the greenhouse to start seedlings. I guess I think that direct seeding works best outdoors for most crops. Still, I'll start some peppers and tomatoes and see what I might plant out in the plastic garden.