We’re busy on the farm right now. Here’s a small sampling of what my day looked like.
The wild roses are blooming in the pasture. They are beautiful little flowers, but I must say, they are also very painful.
Hopefully, the goats will soon be out in pasture so they can eat these invasive shrubs. It hurts my mouth to watch, but they do like them.
I don’t know what this little pasture flower is, but I really liked it.
It was growing in the shade under the trees along the fencerow. Does anyone know what it is?
I also saw some gooseberries in the pasture today. It seems a bit early, but everything is early this year.
Bonnie and her little girl are doing quite well, so I let them outside for some sunshine and fresh air today.
Helen will not be coming out until I am sure her daughter is nursing well on her own. I would never catch that brat again if I let her out.
I was tired of removing Miranda’s head from the fence several times every day, and my son actually had to cut a wire on my good fence. I was ready to cut the kid’s ears off (just kidding), but I decided to take drastic action instead.
It’s worked so far. That’s one of the rods we cut out of a cattle panel to rescue (probably) Dolly. At least it’s coming in handy.
We’re still waiting on Muffin to give birth. Then we’ll be done with round three of kidding.
Today is her actual due date, but I’m not sure how much longer she can go. She’s really huge.
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