The goats have been working hard on eating that second round bale. We’ve had rain several days this past week, so they weren’t quite as happy with the bale, and I didn’t do quite as good a job of tightening the panel around the bale with the soggy hay at the bottom.
I kind of left a gap at the bottom that some goats seemed to think was put there for their convenience.
It started with the small goats.
Then it was the big goats. One at first.
Then there were two.
Minnie wasn’t very happy with them being in her way.
Finally, we had some of the biggest goats on the farm in there. Helen seems to be quite happy to be eating all the hay she wants in the sunshine!
Nothing to do with the bale of hay, but does Litha look huge? She’s not due until mid-June. Triplets?
Back to the round bale. I finally gave up and took the panel off because it was getting crowded in there.
Some goats seemed to think that was an invitation to use it as a bed. Flower really liked the panel being removed. She was the undisputed queen of the hay pile.
Finally, they finished it off.
Jeremy brought me the third and final round bale tonight. It’s not likely that the fence will be done by the time it’s gone, so my new Plan B is buying a haystack from my ex-brother-in-law. I’m good as long as I have food to feed them.
Linking to You Capture where this week’s them is sunshine. I’m just going to say, sunshine was hard this past wee, but I’m not complaining. We’ve really had good rains to end our drought conditions.