One Crazy Rabbit!!!
Rabbits Do NOT climb like this!!
We found him on top of the cage that morning!
This was with in 5 minutes of putting him back.
Needless to say he is in Solitary confinement!
So Now Bianca and the little girl baby is in the big pen together
and seem to be very compatible companions!
This was my Oh no To many Rabbits Emergency cage!!
It is working out well though.
They like their oatmeal boxes to play in!
Ladies in Waiting!
Dottie and Ethel Waiting on us to get done in the barn
We got about 25 wheel barrow loads out of the front of the barn!
I didnt realize it was piling up so fast.
Of course it is winter and it helps keep them warm.
But I dont want it to get so bad it takes us a month to clean it out!
We have been doing alittle each day.Then I will lime it good and put down shavings for the first layer.
The goats will graciously put down the 2nd layer of wasted hay for me!Lol
Here is one of the kittens. They are about 6-7 months old now.
The gray calico disappeared after I heard her in the ceiling.
She wouldnt stay out.
I am afraid the big tom cat that prowls around may have hurt her.
I just hope she is Not still in our ceiling or walls!
But 2 Socks(pictured) and DC the other little female look good.
They will be visiting the vet here in a few weeks.
They have also been living with the chickens!
We have enjoyed some Beautiful weather lately. Up in the 60's and when we were out working got down to a T-shirt No coat!! Or 15 other layers of clothes!! Lol It was good to take a break from the PC too. At least the weather was good! It did rain alot yesterday though and more rain called for tomorrow. So even though Kyle has been working the rain gave him a break yesterday. The over time was good to have on the 1st regular pay check too! Kyle is surviving so far...
I have our first Goat Project meeting a week from tomorrow I am excited and Nervous! I hope I can hold the younger kids attention and still make it interesting for the older kids! I have 12 kids ages 9-16! ! We will see!
Two of my little stinker goats snuck heats past me for 2 months at least!! Sasha and Abby 2 of the youngers are Not pregnant!! I thought they were getting bellies but now I think it was more of a hay belly from trying to keep warm. They showed a full heat this week! So I will only have 6 girls kidding. But that's okay. I am glad Abby isn't bred she could use some more growing time.. Sasha on the other hand I was hoping babies would calm her down!! She is tooooo Bossy!lol I do believe if April and Sunshine weren't so well established on their thrones as Co-herd queens Sasha would challenge them!!Lol She is Definitely full of Sas! She is a sweetie though! She keeps Van the wether occupied so he isn't pestering the pregnant girls.He likes to play and they well... Don't! Lol They are too pregnant and to wide to move fast let alone really move much at all!lol
We also have about $700 worth of fencing coming our way in the next few weeks! Yeah! I know nothing real exciting except it will get my Perimeter fence up and my buck pen finished!! Then I can work on the Rotational grazing I am going to set up in this pasture.It will help my pasture go farther. It will only be divided into 3 parts right now with 10 days on each one. It will likely keep up through August with the amount of goats I will have. Then I will lock them away completely for the month of September to allow more pasture resting time and breeding will start. Then in October they will be back out on it till November sometime. By then all the pasture will be pretty much gone. Unless I get Winter wheat, peas and rye going this year. We will see!! I am just anxious to get serious fencing up.....
I am off for the day. Going to go help My friend, Brenda set up the last of her kidding pens as soon as the girls get done with their school work for the day..... Really an excuse to cuddle her new goat babies!! Yeah
Have a good day everyone!!