Mooommm what is this! Its cold and wet... make it stop....
Beautiful pictures again!!! You live in a lovely place! Lucky you still have greens to feed. We only have evergreens right now (I break off tips from spruce trees and call them pickles for the goats).We wound up with about 2 in. of the white stuff. I'm not a winter enthusiast, but it was pretty. I went out for a walk to enjoy the snow and gather a bucket full of green stuff for the goats. I want to take them out soon, but didn't have time for that today.
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Goat pickles! I love it!Beautiful pictures again!!! You live in a lovely place! Lucky you still have greens to feed. We only have evergreens right now (I break off tips from spruce trees and call them pickles for the goats).
Yes, always something! This is my first time dealing with really serious hoof issues, but Pippi seems to be less tender, and she was the worst to start with, so I think it will eventually go away. Brainstorming more ways to get them out of the wet!So sweet!
And exciting that your girls are half way already!
Winter has all these challenges! Always something!
Yes! I actually have some pallets laying around that I need to haul over there. I have had a sinus infection for the past several days and no energy. So the bare essentials have been getting done and precious little else. I've been moving their hay feeder every few days, so that helps. We have a bunch of rock slabs that we salvaged from our shop building that burned down, and I thought it would be nice to make them a stone pathway through the worst of the mud. Just haven't had the energy to wrestle those big stones around!Free pallets from the hardware store?