Turned Out


All the animals are now turned out into the fields! Happy day! My workload just dropped…. No more moving hay to animals! Well, I do have to give a bale to Glory Bee every time I take her in the barn yard for the night before milking, but that’s okay. I have 150 bales left over…..

I have been running and running, yesterday and today, for materials and supplies to get the deck finished. It’s being stained as I type. I’ll have pics tomorrow of the finished deck, and am hoping this means no more running to Charleston!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on April 9, 2013  

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  1. 4-9

    So pretty! I look forward to the pictures of springtime on your farm. :purpleflower:

  2. 4-9

    I can’t wait to see your finished deck! I wish I could afford a handyman like yours! Our deck is 20 years old and the cats use one post in particular as a scratching post.

  3. 4-9

    If I could vote- PLEASE- the most BEAUTIFUL FARM is owned by Suzanne McMinn

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