Baymule’s 2021 Garden

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They are grown up at 10 months to 1 year. They may continue to grow as they mature.

The ram lambs are weaned at 2 months because they get frisky and there is slim chance, but it is possible...... The ewe lambs can come in heat at 3-4 months and must be kept away from the ram. If bred too soon, the nutrients needed for growth go to the developing fetus and it stunts the growth of the ewe.

Some breeders breed the ewes at 7-8 months of age. I prefer to let them grow and breed them at 10 months to 1 year.
 

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My onion sets survived. My garlic got freeze burnt but will be ok. The peas I planted are coming up, spotty with gaps between, but coming up. I see a few mustard coming up, and turnips. And of course, WEEDS!

There are lots of trees showing damage from the below zero freezing temperatures. All over the area trees are brown. Mostly pines are affected, especially if they are standing by themselves and not in a forest. A lot of ours are brown. They will probably sprout out with new growth in the spring.

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