Harrowing away…

I am not sure who was happier to see the harrow going…my husband with a little tractor therapy…

Mark, working the pasture and moving the "solids" around.

or the chickens.  🙂

Chickens digging through...

Every time I looked up and seen my husband, he was grinning ear to ear.  Yup, good therapy.

Going round and round...

Everyone was happy and content.

Audna checking out what the chickens were up to.

With spring around the corner and the pasture coming back to life, it really needed the little piles of hay and dropping spread out.  The sheep are fairly good about getting the fertilizer spread out evenly but the llamas and horse have their own little areas that build up and eventually kill the grass.

Happy rooster...

Harrowing needs to be done fairly routinely here and after 5  months of freezing weather it really needed to be done this spring.

scratch...scratch...scratch

Happy harrowers. 🙂

A lovely end to the day.

Linking up with

Homestead Barn Hop #53

Signs of spring…

The weather has been so mild and beautiful that the signs of spring arriving are everywhere.

Pussy willows in full bud.

A lovely branch.

A lovely red stem of the red twig dogwood.

Beautiful buds...

 I even heard a Killdeer the other day…all we need are the Meadow Larks,  Bluebirds and crocus and it will be a sure thing.  :0)

and

 to Macro Monday.