Zucchini Season

22 Jul

Zucchini season has really begun now.  I think I’ve had zucchini in some form or another for the last week.

I took yesterday’s picking to my family’s get-together and pawned some off.  My sister forgot to take hers, so that still left me with quite a few.  My ex-brother-in-law’s father said he’d only be interested if it was bread, so…

I am also making the birds happy with the peels and leftover grated zucchini.

Widow goose wasn’t really eating it, but the littles thought it was tasty.  She was just making sure the chickens left them alone.

Nugget called all the hens to eat.

Mama Phoenix does a great job of eating grated zucchini.

She looks so good anymore.  Her color has really improved.

I think she’s getting spoiled between the zucchini and bites of strawberry and worms.

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3 Responses to “Zucchini Season”

  1. janicead July 22, 2019 at 8:23 pm #

    Mama Phoenix is amazing.

    • Teresa July 22, 2019 at 9:49 pm #

      You can say that again. I am absolutely in amazement at her resilience.

  2. Alexandra A July 31, 2019 at 3:58 pm #

    I picked my first zucchini today! Hopefully I can keep picking them before they turn into monsters!! I love zucchini season 🙂

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