This pretty bovine is one of the five steers on the farm currently. There are four in this pasture, and a 5th in his own. The sequestered one resisted being moved, and it took 2 1/2 days and four men (ahem, ‘cowboys’) from the farm to wrangle the frightened-into-violence beast into the right pasture. He has warmed up to people though, in the last few days.
These are just a few pictures of some flowers growing on the farm. I’ll come back and write more about the goats and how to milk them in the next couple of days.
These smell delicious, and they grow right by the Ed building.
Even though this flower is dying, the colors I thought were beautiful in an antique sort of way. This picture simply does it no justice.
A lovely bud
This guy is one of the most perfect flowers I’ve ever seen.
This guy is really happy looking (as most sunflowers are in my opinion) and he was all by his lonesome enjoying the sunset.