soaring eagle & queenington are getting pecked on by the turkeys. queenington is okay, but we had to put soaring eagle in the chick tractor! her neck has a bald spot, but she will be okay. we are making a about 100 by 100 pasture for them, so they should not do it for much longer.
Drain chickpeas over a bowl to reserve the liquid. set them and the reserved liquid aside.
Add lemon juice, tahini, sunny paris, and drained chickpeas. process for 1-2 min and Scrape down the sides of the bowl and add reserved chickpea liquid, 1 tablespoon at a time, through the opening in the funnel and process until the mixture is smooth. The more liquid you add, the thinner the mixture will be.
put on a plate and cut up radish.
The hummus keeps in a covered container in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.
Astra is broody! Astra is one of our best layers. when she stopped laying we figured out that she was broody! our breese just started laying, and we want to hatch them, so it’s perfect timing for her to be broody!
1. caned sweat corn
2. a pan
- put the stove on med.
2. put the pan on the stove.
3. put the garlic in the pan.
4. stir the garlic for 3-4 min
5. put in the corn in the pan
6. stir for 6-7 min
7. serve & eat!
the strawberrys at the pond have produced fruit! there were 17 strawberrys! we also got wild strawberrys to! there were so many, i didn’t bother to count them. our rooster crowed, and our (wild) rasberrys are red- dark red. it has been a very fun day so far!
can of tomatoes, salt, basil, sunny paris, and garlic
put a can of tomatoes in a blender
add some salt, basil, sunny paris, and garlic.
liquify until liquid.
the tukeys live in the coop now! we also put them in the chicken tractor, so they are getting along with the chickens. the to Bresse roosters are pecking at them along with Astra, our Astra white chicken (you can see why we named her that!).
we will be able to gather honey from our bees very soon! our bees have already made honey, but we will have to wait before we can harvest the honey, because we want the bees to have some honey to eat. but we have a little honey comb though it smells like smoke and tastes plane.
a couple months ago, we got breese chickens! now, they are laying eggs that are fertilized! breese chickens are meat-eaters. we got too roosters(boys), and 4 hens(girls). we also got rode island reds. my mom and dad think they are both hens, but i think they are a rooster and a hen.
today, our rooster crowed! we also put the bees in our hives! but the rooster crowing was the most exiting thing! the first time, he said “cocadoodl” without the “doo”. but putting the bees in the hives was still very fun!