There are six Vedangas or supplements to the Vedas: Siksha or prounciation, Chandas or poetic meter, Vyakarana or grammar, Nirukta or etymology, Kalpa or rituals, and Jyotisha or astrology. My question is about Kalpa. There are three types of Kalpa Sutras or guides to Vedic rituals: Shrauta Sutras, which tell you how to do large public Yagnas; Grihya Sutras, which tell you how to do household rituals; and Shulba Sutras, which describe the geometry of altars for Vedic rituals.
Now as you can see in my Meta answer here, I've read many Grihya Sutra texts: the Shankhayana Grihya Sutras, the Ashvalayana Grihya Sutras, the Paraskara Grihya Sutras, the Khadira Grihya Sutras, the Gobhila Grihya Sutras, the Hiranyakeshi Grihya Sutras, the Apastamba Grihya Sutras, and the Vaikhanasa Grihya Sutras. Almost all of these are available in English on sacred-texts.com here and here, except for the Vaikhanasa Grihya Sutras which I've uploaded to Google Drive here.
But there's one Grihya Sutra text I haven't read yet: the Baudhayana Grihya Sutras, which are associated with the Krishna Yajur Veda. My question is, have the Baudhayana Grihya Sutras ever been translated into English? You can read it in Sanskrit here, but I can't seem to find an English translation.