Things have been quiet and wet on the farm this spring. Lots of babies, and lots of rain. The turkey's nestings got blown out by weather, but most managed to re-nest and re-lay, and by late June finally I was seeing tea cup sized babes. Fawns are everywhere, I drive my tractor to the log landings, I jump fawns. I drive near my fields I jump fawns. I cannot walk the dogs past camp or we jump fawns and turkey babes. I love it. I have planted two food plots in the Far Field, and will fertilize them this week. Next week I will plant a summer crop on the East Ridge. The rest is maintenance. Next job I
have to do (six months late) is to loosen all tree stands so the trees can grow, and bring in the seats, those which the squirrels have not already ruined...and now - summer is here, and haying is upon us, along with boating and summer sports! Enjoy!
This is one of two coyotes I have filmed in six months. They are simply rare around the farm these days...
A spring bear, and I am guessing that he is about two years old, Mom has booted him (because of new cubs) and he is wandering. Am I wrong?
A preggy Mom...
A left over eyes in the headlights winter picture...
Our guy again...or gal.
Concord gun show...had a great time, met some interesting folks, and some uninteresting folks.
Let me know what YOU are doing, and hope you enjoy the pictures!
Comments are welcome.