Hobbit Hole


Ducks, considering what they might do with the “hobbit hole” the goats are making in the hay roll. Make a group nest? Develop an above-ground shelter? FLY IT TO THE MOON?

You never know what ducks are thinking! Or if they do….

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on February 29, 2016  

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  1. 2-29

    :happy :happyflower: flower:
    Might they lay eggs in there? If I were a duck, I might think this would be a nice spot to lay eggs.

  2. 2-29

    Hey – that must be the nest I asked about last week….LOL! :duck:

  3. 3-1

    This reminded me of my cousin. She fed her animals with the large bales also, Her goats ate a hole in the center of the bale, and crawled up inside for whatever reason. The bale collapsed on them and suffocated either one or two of them. Don’t mean to be a bearer of sad tidings, but wanted you to be aware of this so you can take precautions. Sometimes the darnest things can happen.

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