Speaking of chicks... this is one of the new little-'un's taking a nap. Awwww. *dies from cute*
Ahem. Moving on...
I took this picture of the pony from the back porch. I got a bit of the hanging flower basket in the picture, lol.
Another picture of the pony. That field that is all brown in the background will hopefully look a LOT different come autumn!
Here is the temporary coop and run for the "big" chickens. They're out in the run in that picture if you look really closely. :D Brian's in the process of building a larger, more permanant chicken house for me, but this is perfect in the meantime.
All the "girls" in their run. :D
Close-up of one of the Red Stars in the run.
Aaaaaand... not to be left out, one of the Leghorns. :D
One of the pigs. This is not a 4-H pig because it doesn't have a tag in its ear. I did take a lot of pictures of the pigs (especially the 4-H ones) but they didn't turn out. Meh.
Enough with the animals... let's move on to vegetation!
The new strawberry patch. These are Ozark Beauty everbearing strawberries and I'm hoping they really *are* everbearing. The last time I bought some that said they were everbearing, they ended up being June berries. We'll have to wait and see on that! :P
The strawberry patch next to the vegetable garden. My back hurts just looking at that, and it isn't even really coming up yet. D:
Last but not least... my grapevines. They're only starting, so I don't expect to get any fruit from them this year. I'm going to fertilize them a lot this summer though, so hopefully they'll look a lot different come autumn too!
Well, that's about it! Hope you enjoyed my farm and garden spam! :D