Busy times here at Seven Trees Farm, but no dramatic pictures or videos. We have eggs in the incubator, seeds under grow lights, fruit trees in blossom, and a chore list growing by leaps and bounds. One thing we are tackling is the transformation of goat shed to hen house. The process has taken about 8 years, and it was fun to look through the various blog posts and photo albums to find these pictures.
We’ve made changes in other areas too. Goats, Dexter cattle, and Gemini, our 11h Shetland pony, all fit fine in this little outbuilding, but Kate needed a bit more headroom.
The hedgerow at the south end of the property is starting to provide shade and habitat.
Back in 2005, Seven Trees Farm was just a real estate listing, with a few pictures on the realty’s website.
We’ll share more pictures as other projects come along. Right now we’re working on the hen house interior, adding a grow-out pen for babies, and two breeding pens for our New Hampshire and Oliver experiments. Nevel a dull moment 🙂