Mean Goose Makes Friends


It’s raining today, so the ducks are out running in it, and….
….the goose finally realized….

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Girls, Hiding


I’ve been giving Glory Bee a few days with Dumplin and Moon Pie since the retreat. I had to call and call her this morning, checking on her, and she just gave me this face when she finally made an appearance in the upper pasture.
I don’t think she wants to go back to work!

P.S. I don’t know if Glory Bee is bred or not. I think she might be. Dumplin is definitely not, and Moon Pie needs bred, too. I have a bull coming to visit in the next few weeks, so stay tuned!

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