|View to the southeast, Bluestem Farm|
According to Uncle Bill's calculations we should have 9 hours and 26 minutes of daylight today at the latitude of our farm. Each day will get longer until, in a few months, Scott will again be able to detach from the wood stove.
Our young flock of laying hens (pullets) need increasing day lengths to mature and start laying. Rather than wait on the sun, I've been fooling them with a little extra light. I hope to start seeing eggs in January and then I can wean them back to natural light.