...but I can! It's covered with black plastic.
Our Saturday helper and I pulled out all the tomato vines that covered the plastic yesterday. He shook the vines to collect all the little yellow and big green tomatoes. Once the vines were smushed into our little cart and dumped, I used a broom to sweep the tomatoes into piles and he shoveled them into five gallon buckets.
We took a bucket to the chicken house, where they were almost immediately devoured. We also picked up buckets of freshly mowed grass from the lawns. Chickens like fresh grass, too. It's good for them and it supplements their grain-based feed.
I've got buckets of tomatoes to dole out for next week. Planting tomatoes late worked out well this year, as I did not have the drought problems that others had with tomatoes. There is still a lot of chard left growing. If we don't have more hard frost for a couple of weeks, the chickens will get buckets of chard, too.