Out In Pasture

6 Oct

I still have the goats out on the back pasture, but it won’t be long before I have to bring them onto only the front half.


Hilda and Rosie

They better enjoy it while they can.


The llamas won’t be happy about the change, but they’ll just have to adjust.


I think Perdita is happy to be back with the herd and have more room to run and play and bounce.

Perdita and Pretzel racing down the hill.

Haley makes me smile every time I see her out there with the herd.

LilyAnn and Haley sharing the remains of a tree for a good scratch between the horns.

Life is good.

3 Responses to “Out In Pasture”

  1. janicead October 6, 2021 at 4:57 pm #

    Popcorn’s spots do not seem as distinct as when smaller. Herd looking good!

    • Teresa October 6, 2021 at 6:40 pm #

      His fading spots are a sign that it’s time for copper; he should start getting a bit darker. Although, he really isn’t too bad right now.

  2. Jeanne October 6, 2021 at 8:00 pm #

    I really enjoyed your pictures today! Perdita and Pretzel were so cute running along.
    Thanks for the explanation inn the effects on copper and the effects thereof.

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