Grace my woofer/farm hand from Korea told me that her mother is worried about her travelling around America by herself. So though I do not ususally show faces we thought we would put a picture of her on the blog every now and then so her mother can see that she is safe and well.
After consultation with the vet. Daisy has been milked for the last time and each quarter has been chemically dried up. She is exhausted and fragile. Though healthy now, she is in dire need of rest and recuperation. So after her last milking I escorted her out into Daisy’s paddock, where she has not been since her accident. Her water is clean and filled to the brim and I let the sheep in there as well for company. I leave her alone now. And that is the end of the dairy season for this year. I am a bit sad. But relieved that now she can rest and hopefully regain her vigor. Poor old Daisy. She has had a time of it this year.
Grace can cook as well. Isn’t that just wonderful.
The last of the chickens went to the poultry processing plant this morning. My work is now officially halved.
I hope you all have a lovely day.
Your friend on the farmy