Closing the Gates

28 Oct

I decided last weekend it was time to close the gates to the back half of the Back Forty.  I noticed the llamas up in the barnyard getting a drink, so I decided it was a good time.  Of course, by the time I got out there, they were headed back out to pasture.

Maybeline and Aurora

I also saw the goats were on the back part of the pasture, but it looked like they were coming back up.

Goats on the back side of pasture.

I went out and greeted them by the gate.

Moose leading the herd.

When they went through, I was waiting to close them.

I did have to wait for Antigone; she was well behind everyone else.

Antigone

The goats continued on towards the barnyard.

After fastening the gates, I turned around to see Aurora right there.  I had gotten it in the neck of time!

Aurora

All three of the girls were none too happy that they couldn’t get through.

Although Odie was content to just keep eating on this side of the fence.

Aurora, Maybeline and Odie

I feel a lot better with everyone shut away from the coyote woods with the days getting shorter.

3 Responses to “Closing the Gates”

  1. janicead October 28, 2021 at 6:28 pm #

    Pesky coyotes!

  2. Jeanne October 28, 2021 at 8:33 pm #

    I’m sorry you have to worry about coyotes! Of course they have to eat too, but NOT goats or llamas!!! I’m glad you got that all taken care of!

    • Teresa October 28, 2021 at 9:04 pm #

      The llamas are not at risk; the llamas are there to protect the goats from coyotes. I just don’t have a way of letting the llamas on the back part without the goats going out too.

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