In and On the Hay

Dec
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With the latest weather, and even the calendar telling me it’s about to be real winter, I got the cows and horses in this weekend and on the hay. See ya in March, pasture.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on December 16, 2013  

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  1. 12-16
    2:31
    pm

    Oh my goodness….we’ve been on hay since October and won’t get back to pasture until mid may!

  2. 12-18
    11:51
    am

    We only have to deal with our ducks and chickens up here in New Hampshire. This morning (Dec 18th), I had to shovel a path through another 8″ of Global Warming out to the pen and then to the coop, along with a path for the ducks to the pond. We have four pumps in the pond, keeping the water moving and open.

    I don’t think we are ready for cows and goats…you got ’em well in hand! :lol:

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