Activities for July have included a Bee Family reunion, two preschool groups, and the Commerce City Senior Center group.
The animals are all doing fine, and the babies are growing. We did get a pig, whose name is Oreo.
The gardan is also doing well, along with the weeds.
June has been a very busy month at the farm, especially the last two weeks. On June 22 we hosted the Colorado Foundation for Agriculture, Summer Ag Institute teachers and their host families for a dinner provided by the Colorado Dairy Woman.
On the 24th two different Day Camp groups visited with a total of 70 children.
The 25th was Pioneer Living Day. We had a great turn out and everyone enjoyed the draft horse models, blacksmith, sheep herding, and spinning.
Tomorrow, July 4, we will be in the Wellington 4th of July Parade and in the afternoon we have a booth at the Historic Avery House in Fort Collins.