Spring has finally arrived and everything’s on the move – the people, the livestock, the wildlife, the river, the earthworms. Here’s our latest –
The guineas are giving us eggs and are now roaming the premises. We’re now getting about one per day, which tells us we probably have two young hens providing job (and life) security for the rest of the flock. Thanks to Paul Trieu for this photo.
This young herd of deer moved through yesterday. They’re beautiful and it’s hard to hate them except for the damage they do…Everything in balance. That’s all we ask.
Suzan’s been organizing Draco Hill’s first writers’ workshop – interested in spending a day at Draco Hill to improve your writing? Let us know!
We’re starting up our organic food production (it’s gardening on steroids to feed our friends, family and guests). In the last week we’ve started and/or planted
And finally, our first WWOOFer arrives Monday and we’re looking forward to having Andy around for a while, sharing his time between Versaland Farm and Draco Hill. If you’re interested in WWOOFing, please let us know. Site prep for our new orchard begins as soon as the rain ends this week.