The new crops at Zambezi Farm are in all different stages of development. The okra plants are still small, just about knee high, but are already bearing fruit!
The tomato seedlings have been transplanted to the field. While they are growing, the farmers are erecting trellises - poles with wires strung between them - to support the future tomatoes.
And the goat herd is increasing. Fortunately, the tick fever has not claimed any more victims. Currently there are 21 goats, including a new baby and 2 females ready to give birth any day.
When not caring for the current crops, the farmers are preparing for the next project - raising chickens. A man from Musokotwane, a neighboring village, is teaching them to make the grass houses that will shelter the free range birds.