Since the grass has started greening up (and probably could use a mowing), I moved Ishtar and Chop Suey to the back yard for some munching time.
The rest of the goats and their kids are still in the goat yard. Well, at least the moms are in the goat yard.
Nettie’s three doelings have taken it upon themselves to start roaming around the property. My blueberry bushes are going to be sticks if we don’t get the garden fence up soon. At least they occasionally find other greenery to chew on (like the daylilies, the iris, the forsythia, the tulips……). They have also been eating grain every morning and although I haven’t actually seen them chewing cud yet, they must be as they consume quite a bit of hay and fresh greens now.
Annette’s buckling kids are six days old today and I think it’s past time to have them disbudded. Can’t wait to tell Paul that he’s going to have to help me with that today.