Apocalypse Farm

Sep
30


The goat yard looks like it’s been struck by some kind of cataclysmic devastation. Cataclysmic devastation, thy name is Glory Bee.


If it ever stops raining long enough for the grading and seeding to get finished, it will be much better!

In the meantime, they aren’t starving.

With Glory Bee and the sheep gone, this round bale will probably last the goats 1,254,399 years!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 30, 2011  

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  1. 9-30
    1:12
    pm

    It a fact that goats are so much easier on their surroundings that cows. AND I want to buy hay where you buy it if it lasts that long!

  2. 9-30
    3:23
    pm

    That’s one pitiful looking goat there knee deep in mud! :bugeyed:

  3. 9-30
    7:22
    pm

    Do you know if any of your goats are pregnant right now? Sprite is looking a bit…er, plump. :lol:

  4. 9-30
    10:58
    pm

    Those goats are cute. And they head right for the delectable stuff in the middle of the bales, just like my horses do. And where the donkeys would LIKE to eat from if the horses didn’t nudge them out of the way. :yes:

  5. 10-4
    10:19
    pm

    1,254,399 years, are you kidding? Our three goats would have it gone by Fri. Earlier if we let them eat through the night! ;o)

    Mary :cowsleep:
    http://lundkids.blogspot.com

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