A raccoon was getting into my garden and harvesting the corn. How do I know it was a racoon? In an effort to stay on topic, I will share my evidence tomorrow.
Nonetheless, it was time to harvest the corn and remove what has proven to be a pest attractant.
Remember, the corn, sunflower, pumpkins and soybeans were volunteers that came up from…“creative” soil amendments. So I worked out a trade with my uncle: I’ll feed my corn and sunflowers to his cattle in exchange for some manure. After all, any biomass sent off the farm takes the nutrients with it. With our deal, those nutrients will come right back to the soil.
Here is his herd chowing down:
One thought on “First harvest fed to my uncle’s cattle”
Pingback: Utilizing my uncle’s manure pack until I have my own | thegreenergrassfarm