The grass is now almost waist high with the local thistle sticking its purple flowers above all the rest. It is time again to brush hog the pasture in order to cut down the unwanted flowering weeds and to encourage the native grasses to take over more than before.
With the early Spring rain this month, the pasture has greened up very well. The grass is really taking over and becoming much more lush with each passing week. What a difference the appearance has from the first photographs a few months ago.
The spot on the ground in the first photograph is where a burn pile was created in removing the fallen pine branches shown in the background.