Gardens and Happy Birds - March 9, 2020 @goldenoakfarm

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On Monday, after PT, I headed out to the garden. It was a balmy 65F and partly sunny and I wanted to do something! I managed almost an hour and quit when my back said to. I got almost 2 feet done.

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My son was on the mower and cleaning up the yard. He got this area done first.

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The garlic is up about 6” now. It doesn’t show up well against the mulch.

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My son had finished putting the snake fence up and when I went up about an hour later, no one had been in it. So I chivvied them over to it several times until I had about ½ of the flock in there. The rooster was too scared and kept telling them it was “dangerous, don’t go!”

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My husband said they were all down at the far end when he went up to put them to bed. I forgot to ask him if the rooster was there…

Tuesday my helper friend is here and I hope to get the covers off the onions as some are up under the lights. Once it warms up, I hope to be in the gardens. The first thing is to get the stones and wire off the bulbs in the Big garden, then resume the cleanout.

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The rooster's reaction made me giggle. Honestly, sometimes the roosters are bigger scaredycats than the hens! LOL

  • minismallholding x

First time I heard of snake fence. Are there really snakes in your property? Are they dangerous like cobras or rattle snakes?

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No, no snakes that are a problem. It's the shape of the fence, wiggly like a snake. It's a very long narrow fence, so hawks can't get in. Only 5' wide and about 160' long and twisted into all kinds of shapes, to fit the area it is in.

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I will have to try this! Hawks have been my deadliest predator.

That's going to be a very nice garlic harvest 😍😍

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