Every summer, my inlaws plant a little patch of corn. My mother-in-law freezes what they can't eat, and then my father-in-law cuts down the stalks and brings them to our cattle. Bessie (left) and Tilly (right) 8/21/21 They sure do love them!
When the snow melts off, it's just mud; mud everywhere. Ugh. Belle, Bessie, and Tilley just come in here for feed. They hate the mud, too. I think I speak for all of us here when I say that we cannot wait for spring to arrive! DG thoroughly agrees.
...the cattle still need fed, watered, and checked on daily. Ted going in to get the cattle to one side of the pasture so he can drive in a big round hay bale without worrying about a cow coming out the gate here The hay is in so now to secure the gate to keep … Continue reading Doesn’t matter how cold it is…
The freezing temperatures in Ohio are not letting up. This morning, January 29th, it was -17 when I let the dogs out at 7 a.m. to use the bathroom. That means, unfortunately, my water hose is still frozen solid. I don't have a water line in my barn or even near my barn so that … Continue reading Water, water, everywhere, but not a drop to drink!