We did get the cross fence done. So everyone is now on new pasture and happy.. Well almost.. Leave it to the goats to find a way out of it,... She ran through and took her baby with her.. I have never had such a hard time keeping goats in.. At the old place if the goats got out it meant that the fence line needed trimmed but here I don't know what it means.. Bar-B-Que??? My milk goats stand around and watch the rest of them act like fools and try to break out.. Its like they are watching the village idiots! I can almost see the Milk girls rolling their eyes. Of course they are a little more pampered due to the fact that they get treats everyday for all the wonderful milk they give everyday. But the Meat goats are standing in Grass up to their eyeballs and they would rather be were there is no Grass?? Just doesn't add up...
The neighbor boy has been working on cleaning up all the fence that was ruined from the flooding. He is doing a good job too. He is working after work and on weekends so its a little slower but he is over half way down. Its a tough job too. Now that we have cross fence we can work on getting the perimeter electric up to run the MIG. We also have hay season coming up real quick.
In response to Kestrel's comment on my last post about there is a lot to do on a farm.. We are having to scale back some and put some things on hold. Farming of any kind is a 24/7/365 job. We are just plain wore out right now.. So we are trying to make it little easier right now with Kyle's mom having to go through all this and we are needing to be there. Its been Emotionally and Physically tough . Sometimes to me the emotional can wear you out quicker than anything..
Okay so this turned into one Really Long blog.. I hope you all enjoy the pictures and will tolerate the blabbing... Have a good night all and thanks so much for all the prayers for my Mother-in-law!