Signs of Green

12 Mar

Yesterday I had to go down in pasture a couple of times to check all my expecting moms.

Well, I have some of the not-so-assertive ones in with Lily and Aurora for a little extra care.

Lily, Cutie, Clover and Pistol with Aurora

I’ve also put Vinnie and Vixen in there too because the winter has been so hard on them.


Anyhow, when I was down in pasture, I saw little tiny bits of green.


There is hope that spring is on its way!

I can hardly wait.  As soon as we get a bit more green, I get to let Aurora out with everyone again.


She’s starting to go a bit stir crazy, but I want to make sure there’s plenty of green and she’s not going to have to push anyone to get plenty to eat.  Right now she lays in front of the hay tub and snacks all she wants.  She won’t be able to do that when she’s with the rest of the herd.



3 Responses to “Signs of Green”

  1. Jeanne March 13, 2018 at 12:59 am #

    I enjoyed your pictures and your comments. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Margaret Birding For Pleasure March 13, 2018 at 3:52 am #

    Things are looking up if the green stuff is beginning to show

  3. Coloring Outside the Lines March 13, 2018 at 1:14 pm #

    Isn’t it super to start seeing GREEN! I can hardly wait. My trees are blooming out, and there is a bit of green here and there. Lots of clover flowers. The only part of spring I don’t like is the horrible storms we get here.

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