I dug out a salsa pepper from the perennial bed. They're just starting to flower, and haven't produced any peppers yet.
We filled a wheel barrow with mangel tops for the cows, goats and horses. We'll keep doing that until all of the tops have been harvested, unless they're too damaged to be used. The mangels are still in the ground, and they can stay there for another month or so, although the cold room is probably cool enough now to start winter storage.
The big squash is in the basement. I couldn't find any smaller ones worth worrying about. It seems the plant put all of it's energy into that one big one.
I harvested 8 cobs of corn from the greenhouse. If the weather warms up a bit for another month, another dozen might ripen enough to harvest. I think, if we have time before winter, I'd like to build a corn row greenhouse. Maybe in the back field.
The popcorn in the garden needs at least another month. I pulled off one of the best cobs, but it's too tiny, and white. At least the beasts will enjoy the stalks even if we don't get any popcorn.
I picked two heads of lettuce, and three cabbages (a bit of overkill there).
Pulling the green bean plants for seed is yielding a bunch of smaller beans yet, as well as great feed for the turkeys and chickens.
Still lots of work to do, and I'm quite pleased with this year's garden overall.