Broadfork for working the gardenI found a wheel hoe that works almost as well as this. Trimmers for goats’ feetNo more goats, so no trimmers needed
- Chicks to add to the egg production
Stock tank heater so I don’t have to chop ice A real barn Hay tarp
- Good garden tools so I can get rid of the cheap-o ones that always need replacing.
- Garden shed for those nice garden tools and a place to park the mower.
- Green house/high tunnel because I’d like to be able to have greens in the winter even if I get nothing else.
6 foot panel gate for the drive A couple of loads of gravel and some good grading work done to the driveway. Posts to expand my electric fencing so I can graze the brush with the goats and still keep them off of the apple trees. Expanded nesting area for the chickens.
- A producing orchard. (this is started with trees we just aren’t producing yet)
A frost-free faucet out by the corral and chicken coop area.
- New garden hoses and no dog chewing them.
Bigger pressure tank for the well so I might actually be able to have enough water pressure to run a sprinkler. A couple more galvanized garbage cans for grain, feed, and salt storage that will keep the mice out. A few more pallets to stack hay on.
- vegetable garden area
- chicken coop
- lawn mower that will fit through the gate