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Yamamoto Dendrobium nobile in Bloom. 3.20.18
Randy, that celebration sounds like a one not-to-miss. Aren't you proud!? I hope things are going better for them and that they can recover from all the storm damage to their crops and equipment.
Summertime at Silverthorn Posted 6/13/2017 10:39am by Nate Parks.
That would be fun to watch Thomas.
Chickens are crazy for meal-worms. When I had a compost going my barred rock chickens discovered mealworms in the pile. Since then every morning when I let the chicken out to free roam they race and fly to the compost pile. Their digging antics are like cats to catnip.
I'm not familiar with mealworms, but Wikipedia says they're the larval stage of the mealworm beetle. They feed on vegetation, dead insects, and can eat polystyrene.
Aren't meal worms anything more than fly maggots?
Friday, Aug 11, the whole family is going to the Indiana State Fair to be presented a sesquicentennial (150) Hoosier Homestead Award. I guess it's sort of a big deal. I'm excited about attending. Our farm began in 1864 with Wm. Silverthorn. (silverthorn-farm.com).
Plinius, how's your garden doing? It's been a long time since you're mentioned it.
Kathy, I have been wanting to grow some meal worms for the bird population that is growing near the bird feeding station in the Fir tree just outside my window. Thank you! I will try the technique
It is difficult for me to imagine not having legalized Cannabis,
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