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Re: It's twins!

Congrats on the twins!... happy to hear all worked out this year....got

Of course if you plant, it will get cold, if you don't it will stay
nice.... so just what weather do you want?

Today here in cold zone 5, we are
breaking (or about too) a record.  It has to be mid 70's here.  Office door is
open and letting the place air out.... of course by the weekend they are
saying a 28 for a high.... geesh.  Spent most of the morning in the warehouse
putting paperwork back in order (had an auditor here for 2 months who wanted
to see everything for years). Opened up the overhead doors and enjoying the
warm weather...birds singing, seems like spring, but I know better!

Donna- IL
----- Original Message ----

Our holdout ewe had twins last night, I sat and
watched to make sure all
came out okay (pun intended). It was a nice evening
actually, I barely
needed a jacket. I did help clean the nose & mouth of the
second one but
otherwise, all is well. Big sigh of relief, we had such a hard
time last
year with one of them and I just did not want to be midwife again!
It's supposed to be in the 80s all week and then cool off, and who knows
cool that will be, but I am giving serious consideration for this
weekend to
plant everything that gets direct seeded. Corn, beans, squash
etc; I'll cover
with ag fabric and we'll see how it goes. I'll leave the
tomatoes and peppers
in the greenhouse for now. It's almost a month
before I would normally seed
the summer veggies...so maybe I'll only
plant the ones where I have extra
seed, in case it does get cold.

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