They say that pigs will eat anything but I have never seen that – there are many things that pigs will not eat, onions, celery, to name a few, but they all love pears. Tima is able to fit up to three pears in her mouth before she runs off to eat where Tane cannot see her.
I have always said that focus is over-rated . (I also say if you like a photo of mine, just steal it – I don’t mind).
The runaway chicken and her five chicks are still doing well in the turkey house so she spends as much time as she can trying to teach them to fly over the fence.
Yesterday Zack and I shifted the piglets field house closer in to the barn. The night before last the dogs and I were kept awake by howling coyotes so it is best that we do not offer them little piglets for dinner. Better for the piglets to be close to the cows and the dogs, and close to their food so there are no midnight runs across the field for a snack. They have shifted out to the field a little earlier than I anticipated, but there you are, Poppy needs the inside farrowing suite now. So we need to make sure that they are safe. Once again I have created a little village for them, of assorted huts all grouped together. Their favourite game is to run in and out of all the huts at speed spinning in circles as they run which is very entertaining to watch.
Molly loves pears too. No-one told her about chewing with her mouth closed.
Good morning. This is Zack and Whitneys last day, so I hope it is a good one!
and I hope YOU have a lovely day.