Our horse pasture has gotten more and more yellow the last couple of years. There have always been buttercups, but there's another yellow flower now too. We mowed the last couple years but this year we don't have the mower attachment for the tractor. Our friend who visited for the weekend said it looks like some sort of yellow gentia, a wildflower. We still can't figure out why it is taking over just this one field. It's beautiful, but the cows and horses don't like to eat it. Ben took this photo of the yearlings and our leppy calves out there. Beautiful, isn't it?
From one of my favorite books, ever: HARVEST
2 days ago