These beautifully looked after cows shared their hay with us..
They are the most contented bunch of dairy cows I have ever met.
And with a huge thank you and sigh of relief we are once more in good shape as far as feed goes.
Everyone is pleased, most especially The Murphy’s who are already chewing and tasting everything they see like babies.
As I write this morning freezing rain has begun to fall. Yesterday I dug the North door out of the mud, so it would slide but I hate to lock our trio of sheep in.
It seems the forecast weather has come and it will be blowing nastiness in that door. So i have to get out there before it is frozen open. It has been open all winter so far!
So I am going to say good morning and run straight out my own door to close that barn door and nail a sheet of iron over the gap. We will have a longer chat tomorrow.
Frozen drafts are not good for babies. Actually everyone hates frozen drafts. Me included.
Have a lovely day, I think we are going to get flicked with a bit of precipitation from this storm. But whichever moisture falls from the sky it will be good for our spring fields.