Work hard. So I worked hard and felt much better.
The cows are now in their winter quarters. And their feeder has been carried by the tractor from one farm to the next and set up for the cows feed this winter. You will remember this feeder, John made it for me from a photograph I took of a similar feeder in New Zealand. The cows put their heads through individual spaces and grab their hay without jostling and tend to stay with their heads in place above the pile, munching and no feed is wasted. I love that feeder. I have created all the draft stoppers out of bales of straw. And the last of the gates are hung.
Here is comes Queenie’s Bobby posing for you at the feeder – waiting patiently.
Manu is happy to have the cows in the barn with him now. He pretended he did not care but I know he loves cows. I have a cow loving pig.
This image is for Kate and Mad. Showing our Manu’s eye. The flip side lions eye.
Our new little Dexter Bull (Carlos IV) comes on Monday if all goes well. He will be a great addition to this trio.
See? Hard work helps.
I hope you have a lovely day.
PS And, just for the record, if you are feeling cold – mop the floor.
Calendar Register Page is UP!
6.42 am The register page would not allow comments – I am working on it – in frustration. I will take it down and see what is going on.
6.55 am OK I fixed the Calendar page and it is up again. Now I am off out to work I will come back in for coffee and a chat in a few hours!