I hear your pleas for an update on Tonka, and I promise that it’s coming. But first I want to wax pragmatic about manure forks. Yes, manure forks. When Tonka first came to Farcical Farm we bought two standard-issue Duraforks with wooden handles, and both are still going strong. Today we bought a *third* manure fork with an aluminum handle, because I have taken to leaving a wheelbarrow in the paddock full-time and the wooden handles get slimy in the rain.
I digress. What I really wanted to say is that I pity people who don’t know about manure forks because they are one of the most versatile garden tools on the market. Raking leaves? Check. Scooping up leaves and dumping them into a wheelbarrow/paper bag? Raking grass? Ditto. Shovelling dirt? That too. Sifting rocks out of dirt? The list goes on. For what non-manure activities do you use your manure fork?