G'mornin, No critter in the trap.. I will try some eggs and dog food tonight..
I actually plant 70 pounds of taters to the row, but I already had 20 pounds left over from the original planting.. they should go in either late this afternoon or tomorrow..
then I am going to chance it and plant the sweet corn.. by the time it comes up the frost threat should be over..
I am tempted to transplant the tomatoes, peppers, broccoli and brussels sprouts , too.. I might have to cover them once or twice, but I guess it is worth the gamble.. I have them in the planter/brooder now and I have not been covering them.. they are no worse for wear..
once the transplants are out of the brooder/planter, I can go ahead and plant my carrots, and beets and maybe some green onions in there..
I suppose I should go turn everything loose and feed them.. then I will start setting all these eggs that are waiting..
I have quite a few new babies to transfer out to the brooders, too.. about 20 guineas, and as many chicks.. I am thinking of setting up a separate brooder for the turkeys.. I have a cage over cage rabbit pen that I can use for them..
soon I will have to move 110 chicks from the breeder pen into the guineas pen.. then they will have a nice big yard to go out into and mini free range in... It would be nice to catch the critter, first..
I need about two more of me..