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Sunday, May 23, 2010

A Hot Sunday

To day was hot, 80's in the shade. I made 6 more hay racks, they turned out well construction wise. I'll have to see how they work in a few day as I have all ready started cutting the grass in the orchard. Last week four more lambs were born they are growing very fast and already trying to eat a little grass! The young kids are growing good to and the mother goats are giving a lot of milk.

The hay racks, I made three different sizes.
Autumn and her first buck kid. I really like this goat she is only a year old and has grown on only grass and is only eating grass and gives a lot of good tasting high fat milk for her age.
The four new lambs and their mothers.
The barley and oat are growing good too!

As long as the earth remains, there will be planting and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night. Genesis 8:22 NLT


2 comments:

Miss Grace Elizabeth said...

great post! That is my favorite goat too. Attitude wise? She will grow up and lose the "Grass on the other side" thing,
But she is a great goat! Giving over a half a gallon a day for a first timer is the best! And her baby is cute and is growing good. I know he is growing well because he is getting big and he leaves me only a drop of milk. :)
~Grace

Andrew B. said...

Nice hay racks! Hope they work out well for you...
Andrew B.