|1,28 kg of 'Golden Hornet' crab apples. Our best tree this year.|
|The lovely golden pink of crab apple jelly.|
|Too meaty for dogs? This chunk of beef spine/rib.|
|Beef braised slowly in beer, to an adapted Nigel|
|Paired off? Belvedere now seems very attached to the widow|
bird 'Min', here with inseperable buddy 'Squawk' the Marans
|Dylan tore his eartag out on a fence but we have found it|
so we should be OK handing it in to the butcher with him
when the time comes.
The other young Guinea we think is almost certainly a hen but may be a bit confused as to her species. You see her doing a very flirty dance with the young male turkeys, where she runs in circles with her wings splayed, then squats down on the ground in front of the chosen boy. The chosen male turkey gets all excited and also start running in circles calling, but never quite works out (mercifully!) what he is meant to be doing, so the Guinea Hen runs round some more and squats again in front of him. Maybe he looks, to her, like a big Guinea cock-bird. Should've gone to Specsavers?